Now four years in,Stitch Rock
has grown into an institution for local cupcakes, crafts, and smiles. Held at Delray Beach's Old School Square on Saturday, many inked-up artists and participants gathered to compare indie wares. Organizer andNew Times cover subject Amanda Linton
was on hand to oversee the colorful festivities, and photographerMonica McGivern
captured many intricate details of the event -- along with plenty of satisfied customers -- in our slideshow.
View the shots here.
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