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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Summer Craftacular – Vendor Feature – August 15th – Volume X.

Sunday August 15th @ the East Side Club

The Glitter Workshop is pleased to announce that there will be a Sixth Annual Summer Craftacular! The Summer Craftacular will be held Sunday, August 15th from 10 am to 5 pm at the East Side Club at 3735 Monona Drive. We will be utilizing both banquet rooms as well as the outdoor lawn / Tiki patio area. These spaces combined will allow for approximately 80 booths.


East Side Club
3735 Monona Drive
Madison, WI 53714


10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday August 15th


Booth 34.

il_430xN.141284478Bump up your brush…bump it up from Beth Eaton Pottery 

More about Beth Eaton Pottery  : 

I majored in ceramic at UWMilwaukee. After graduation in 1999 I got a job at Lincoln art Pottery.There I received a free studio in exchange for keeping regular store hours. I worked on pottery from 10am-5pm monday-friday. This was just the discipline I needed to find my hand in my art. I worked hard, experimented and got to know my suppliers materials. By 2002 I knew what I was doing just in time to become a mom. I was a mom in a very dirty studio. Luckily, my home had no garage. We built a garage/studio in 2002 and that is were I have been working for the last 5 years.
I do a few local art fairs. I also teach kids classes in my backyard during the summer/fall.
If your in the area you can stop by for my studio clean up and seconds sale. It is held every year on the second Saturday of July.

Booth 33.

il_430xN.110309071 Elegant Embrace Peacock and Owl Feather Fascinator from Chapeaux Noir

More about Chapeaux Noir

Chapeaux Noir originated from a basic need for fashion forward hair accessories with an alternative twist. What started as a personal project turned into much more. After receiving much positive feedback we decided to make them widely available. So here we are!
Each creation is truly one of a kind and though we are able to reproduce them, like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike.

Booth 21. 

il_430xN.133016483Talking Circles Pillow from 4hands

more about 4hands

While staying warm in Wisconsin's Capital I stay busy in my studio. I work with all sorts of materials and styles and sizes, not cause i can't commit, but cause I just love making.

Booth 14.

il_430xN.160958600Lacey Tree of Life Pendant 14kt gold filled from GlassGoddessJewelry:

more about GlassGoddessJewelry

My hand-sculpted pendants feature all manner of stones. You'll find faceted gems, vintage & new Swarovski crystals and other glass stones, dichroic glass, natural stones, cubic zirconia in a rainbow of colors, and my newest love - cameos.

Booth 13.

il_430xN.90976393Needle felted wool nesting bowls with Ginkgo Leaves from PurpleMoonFibers

more about PurpleMoonFibers

I have had a love affair with giving form to raw wool since first learning to use a drop spindle in college. Over the years I have experimented with spinning, knitting, weaving and now felting. While I use both wet and dry felting techniques, my passion is needle felting. This involves using a very sharp needle with barbs on the shaft to lock the wool fibers together, forming felt.
I find a great deal of freedom and creativity in the process.
There is a great joy in taking ordinary objects from nature and giving them personalities as a face is created. It is a pleasure to see how unique each and every piece is, even starting from the same base shape. Some projects change midstream as the personality of the face evolves
Needle felting came into my life in 2004 after a trip to Rainbow Fleece Farm in New Glarus, WI. In the beginning I experimented on my own and learned from books. I began by creating toys for my two children and as gifts for friends. Then the 2006 felting symposium offered a wonderful range of gifted instructors and the creative process broadened. I became even more immersed in the creative process later that year as I healed from the death of my father. It became an amazing outlet for me to channel my energies and nurture my soul
I live on the near-east side of Madison, WI with my partner, two children and four guinea pigs. In addition to felting I enjoy being a stay-at-home mom, part time childcare provider, and Reiki practitioner.


If you missed out on the first artist features make sure you head back to Volume I, Volume II, Volume III, Volume IV,Volume V, Volume VI, Volume VII, Volume VIII and Volume IX.

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