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.
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.
Elaine from Branch Line Leather has created a small-by-design leathercraft studio and production workshop located in Worthington. She shared her favorite vendors coming to Craftin’ Outlaws, take a look…
When we asked Megan to choose her TOP 5 vendors joining them at Craftin’ Outlaws on November 11 & 12th they curated a list who’s processes were just as labor intense as their own brand of apparel.
Each week Anne and Jen bring a variety of classes and workshops to their Grandview location.
Proprietors of One Six Five, Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Lowe, met while working at Rowe Boutique in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio and quickly became close friends.
Megan Lee Designs combines retail and screen printed goods to Westerville.