A new calendar year comes with a new venue and more DIY attitude.
It’s the happiest season of all to according to Andy Williams but I call BS on that song. I’m at least happy to report we have a way to take out all that holiday aggression, while being around your friends and getting some last minute shopping off your to do list.
Enjoy a giving right away and experience the rest of the gift later.
The crafts are starting to get put away, as we get ready to wrap up our 12th year of Craftin’ Outlaws. While we still have some loose ends to tie up our holiday vendors are still hitting the craft show circuit hard and their online doors are always open.
Everyone gets a little angsty once in a while, so my little pink enamel conversation heart pin with a certain four letter word is a crowd favorite.
It’s hard to find just a few but these are a few of my favorites from this years group of Outlaws. Find your TOP 5 this weekend or let our sponsors help guide you in the right direction.
My first memory of Sam at Craftin’ Outlaws is back when we were still located at The Gateway Film Center.
Toni knows a things about what it takes to be an Outlaw. She’s been a past vendor and has grown her handmade business, TL Yarn Crafts into a full time gig, having recently left her day job. She’s been lending a creative hand behind the scenes this show cycle, corralling our volunteers and we areContinue reading “Top 5 with Outlaws team member Toni”
This beloved handmade shop in Clintonville has been defining and creating the craft landscape in Columbus with feminist attitude and craft treasures. Owner Olivera Bratich has also spread her cheer of handmade into a sister store in the Short North, Surprise Modern Party. This multi-tasker and craft queen shares her Top 5 Craftin’ Outlaws.