Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Knitting Asylum Yarns
at the
Baton Rouge Arts Market!

For all of you local knitters and crocheters -- I will be spinning and selling handspun, hand-dyed yarn at the Baton Rouge Arts Market on Saturdays this December.

The Arts Market ordinarily takes place the first Saturday of each month, but during December, the market is open every Saturday for holiday shoppers.

The Arts Market operates concurrently with the Farmer's Market. Artisans set up in the parking lot at Fifth and Main in Downtown Baton Rouge, adjacent to the Farmer's market, which operates along Fifth Street.

There are many artists with photography, paintings, pottery, felted art, hand-dyed scarves, jewelry and many other fantastic things for sale.

Hours and Location:

Every Saturday in December, 8:00am till Noon
Corner of Fifth and Main Streets, Downtown Baton Rouge

Why not bring your holiday shopping list and spread your Christmas, Hannukah and Kwaanza cheer with handmade items from local artisans and baked goods, jam, honey, candies and whole food gifts baskets from the farmer's market? Hope to see you there!

P.S. -- The post immediately below is also new.

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At 6:41 AM, Anonymous B-K said...

Ooh, goodie! Thanks for letting us know!

At 4:47 AM, Anonymous MonicaPDX http://monicapdx.livejournal.com/ said...

Yowsa, what a great venue; hope you're having success! (No, I'm not hopping a plane, although it sure sounds tempting. [g])

At 6:35 PM, Blogger unokhan said...

congratulations on this endeavor; i look forward to discovering your booth --there's some cool stuff down at fifth and main

At 6:23 AM, Anonymous Anne said...


Thank you for your wax removal suggestion on the Yarn Harlot's blog. I'll have to try that! And now I have a new blog to read. Have a joyous holiday season!



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