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Sass Fest to celebrate hand crafted local goodness

The third annual festival has again organized in the DIT spirit to showcase local handmade goods and workshops.
Sass Fest 2012

Sass Fest 2012 /Michael Cook

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Sass Fest 2012

Sass Fest 2012 /Michael Cook

On Saturday November 23, the DAAC and Have Company present SASS Fest: a celebration of Do It Together ethos featuring hand made items and craft workshops.

The event is free and takes place at the 106 Gallery on Division Avenue from noon until 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring cash.

Participating vendors include:

  • Joelle Tuinstra : stationary, handmade journals, etc
  • Marlee Grace : zines, textiles, paper goods
  • Issue Press : artist publications
  • Hillery Rebeka Sproatt : textiles & nail paintings
  • Sprout Distro : zines & info
  • The Bandit Zine : zines, buttons, & more!
  • Littlewings Designs : handcrafted leather goods
  • Brave Hand Textiles : rugs & more by Rose and Pearl Beerhorst
  • Kristen Sarkipato : screen printed & hand made goods
  • Jenn Schaub : prints
  • Nick Nortier : shirts
  • War Paint Studios : beautiful screen printed paper goods
  • Nicole Frances Coe : hand made textiles and more
  • Alex Difiglia : Pies and Crafts
  • Sara Chittenden : comics, zines, and buttons
  • Drew Damron : comics
  • The DAAC : all ages music venue, info and goodies
  • Lauren Ellis : screen printed/ linocut patches
  • Things Bright : '70s inspired folk Christmas ornaments
  • The Creative Notebook : art journaling zine and ephemera paper packets
  • Jailbreak : informational zines & letters to prisoner
  • Harbinger Leather Design : leather goods

Workshops:

  • The Bandit Zine : Radical Self Love!
  • A special chat with Jenn Schaub
  • Organizing with Marlee Grace
  • Sewing with Sara Bakker
  • Essential oils with Amber Rose Sackett
  • The Creative Notebook: Stitch your own creative notebook
  • Knitting Socks

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