Now in its second installment, Stitch Rock feels like something you would happen upon during a perfect day in Williamsburg, but thanks to our abundant local talent pool, you dont need to hop a plane to check out a cornucopia of great home-made goods. Just check out the Old School Square Gymnasium (51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach) this Saturday.
Thats where youll find Lola Blues adorably packaged, soy-based bath and body products. Or Humblebumbleb - a line of hand-crafted retro hats; from 50s aviator styles to updated pill boxes, these dome-toppers are a must-have for any glam diva. I wanted everybody to see that crafts are cool, says organizer and master of stitch witchery, Amanda Watkins. These are not your grandmas crafts. Its so true; your grandma would never sell subversive punk rock dog tee shirts, freshly baked cup cakes, put on a vintage fashion show, or get Miami artist Lebo to do a live painting demonstration thats Stitch Rock territory. Bring your craftiest friends, folding money, and an appetite for baked goods today and take part in the biggest indie craft festival in South Florida. For the full run-down and vendor list, check out www.rockthestitch.com.
Sat., Oct. 4, 2008