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Shop Indie this Black Friday at Freight Street Gallery's Handmade Market

Avoid being trampled for Furbys and TVs and buy some quality gifts, handmade by your local artists, for your loved ones this holiday. Come to the Black Friday Handmade Market at the Freight Street Gallery {170 Freight Street, Waterbury, CT}. We’re open from 9am-5pm, so you don’t even [Read on...]

Coming attractions: Where will Poor & Pretty be next?

Happy Friday, readers! Got any Halloween party plans this weekend? Don’t forget to check my DIY Halloween posts {1 & 2} for last-minute party decor inspiration!

I’ve been putting together my  holiday vending schedule for the next two months, and I can’t believe that my first craft fair was only a year ago! Here’s where I’ll be in the coming [Read on...]

Weekend wrap-up: Twelfth Night, tomatoes, & the handmade market

I so badly wanted to find a way to say “handmade market” with a word that begins with a T. Ah well, I Tried! ;) As with most of my weekends lately, this one was pretty busy. Friday night, Scarlett, Suzi, Stan, and I went to see Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night; or, What You Will at the University of St. Joseph in West [Read on...]

Sunday: Freight Street Handmade Market in Waterbury

It’s time again for me to vend at the Freight Street Handmade Market in Waterbury! This Sunday, August 5th, stop by the Freight Street Gallery between 11am and 4pm for local art, indie handmade goodies, live music, and food! Admission is free, so you can’t afford not to go! A few of the vendors from opening day will be there, along with [Read on...]

Opening Day at Freight Street Gallery's Handmade Market in Waterbury

Yesterday was the kick-off to the Summer Handmade Market hosted by the Freight Street Gallery in Waterbury, CT. It was really, really hot, but that didn’t keep some dedicated, crafty, indie folk from stopping {and shopping} by. I was there with plenty of Coco Balms, Jars of Frosting, Cupcake Soaps, and Bath Truffles, though I doubt anyone was thinking about [Read on...]