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Stitch n Kitsch this Weekend!!

This weekend is Stitch n Kitsch! I will have a lot of new yarns, limited edition and never before released! So, come on out and see us at Stitch n Kitsch – my setup is right inside the entrance door. There will be a lineup of amazing local artists from the Kitchener-Waterloo area with lots of goodies for your holiday shopping, or to spoil yourself a little! Hope to see you there!!



Kitsch it Up, Water it Down!!

kwkg fair badge vendorThis weekend is Kitchener-Waterloo’s annual KW Knitter’s Fair!  We will be there in booths 69 and 70 and I will have a ton of new things for this show – including a few new small batch lines of yarn and some other goodies!

The  the map can be found below:

KW Fair vendor outline 2015

Upcoming Shows

You will be able to catch me at quite a few upcoming shows over the rest of the year! Here is what is scheduled so far:

Art in the Open – Every Saturday at the Brampton Farmer’s Market/Rose Theatre Square

Kitchener/Waterloo Knitter’s Fair – Sept 8th, 2012 – At ‘The Black Lamb’ booth

{PENDING} Art in the Park (Visual Arts Mississauga) – Sept 23, 2012

 Woodstock Fleece Festival – Oct. 13th, 2012 – At ‘The Black Lamb’ booth

 Stitch n Kitsch Winter Sale – December 8, 2012

Winter Artfest – November 24/25

And, quite likely more to come!

Hope to see you this season!

Ann Roberts Retrospective

Yesterday I had a lovely day trip up to Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph – checked out shops, had lunch, and wandered around the Clay and Glass Gallery.   That was definitely the highlight of the day as they have an Ann Roberts Retrospective and exhibition on right now. They have a LOT of her incredible work, displayed wonderfully. But better yet this weekend she is there doing handsculpting demos. It was lovely to watch her hands molding clay into the shape of a bull. She was depicting the story of Europa and the Bull, a story she has depicted a few times in the past. She had with her a couple of her ‘rejects’: these beautiful sculptures sitting only as examples of her path, where she wants the work to finish. I couldn’t help but mutter ‘stunning rejects!’.

Here are a few shots of Ann working and of her work currently on display: