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OutNAbout - Weekend in Review

This weekend Richard I checked out the shows in our Weekend Fun post. I had a blast and met a lot of neat crafters and artists. Thanks to everyone who took a card, checked out the site, and/or chatted with us!
First Stop: Gypsy Wagon



Debbie Daise and Lynn Woods of Sew English were holding down the fort outside. Kimberly Petit of Petit Four was out on an errand, but we did see her products and like everything else there... it was adorable and of spectacular quality. I can't wait to see what The Gypsy Wagon is featuring in their Handmade Markets this Saturday!

Interested in being a vendor at one of the Handmade Markets? Check out vendor information here.

Second Stop: Deep Ellum Arts Festival


I can't even begin to name all the artists we saw at this show. There was a great variety of art, musicians, and vendors at every corner. Two fine Texas artists that stood out were: Amy Bomar and Ashley Jones--two very different styles, but enjoyable none the less!

Last Stop: Flea Harvey's



Flea Harvey's had an eclectic group of vendors, from handmade to vintage and everything in between. I was excited to see a couple of familiar faces at the event--Abbie of Eye On The Sparrow and Jennifer of Textile Fetish. I loved finding out that they are both already fans of DFW Craft Shows!

Interested in taking place in Flea Harvey's next event? Vendor info can be found here.

I hope all you shoppers and vendors took advantage of that beautiful weather and had a great weekend! See you out and about again soon!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like you had a great weekend! Thank you for the recap! Jessica

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