Christmas is almost here and what better way to prepare yourself for the joyous holidays by stopping by at The Creek and the Cave to check out the food and say hello to the local vendors. It'll be the 2nd time for Ich-cha to be part of the Queens Green Drinks event at the Crafted at the Creek, where talented artisans come together to showcase their handmade and local products. Visit the Queen's Green Drink page to see who else is going to be selling what. We hope you can stop by at our table to see what we have to offer and to say hello.
If you're planning on having a relaxing weekend then the best way to add on to that is taking a short drive to the Astoria Market at the Bohemian Beer Garden this Sunday. Check out the numerous artisans selling handmade products on Sunday July 10. ICHCHA will also be selling products their, a few hand block printed home furnishing products along with jewelry from India.
Check us out along with many more other artisans!
Come by and say hello and if you mention this blog entry you get 10% off your total sale.
Also check out the Astoria Market Facebook page for updates on future market dates.
I seem to have just discovered the fun of using a sewing machine and just cannot stop. Sorry to ruin the surprise, but my friends, you're only getting homemade bags sewn by me this year for your birthdays. :) I know, contain your happiness. This is just the beginning. Muhahaha..
All of them made from waste fabric I had lying around. :) Go Upcycling.
Take a look at Paz Sintes Textile jewelry collection. It is to die for. The necklaces and bracelets are made out of crocheted threads and they are the most delicate pieces of jewelry I have ever seen. They feel and look just right on a person. She was recently selling at the Columbus Craft Fair and I had to share her stuff with everyone.