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Parkview Spring Craft Sale

I am so happy to be participating in Parkview Spring Craft Sale as one of the 25 vendors on May 6th!!

Date: Saturday, May 6th, 2023

Time: 11:00 am to 4 pm

Location: 9135 - 146 Street NW, Edmonton (Parkview Community League Hall)

Admission: FREE

I hope to see you there!

Most of my handmade items are made of remnants, end-of-roll fabrics, and up-cycled fabrics to give them a chance to be loved without being treated as waste. I will have them for lower prices than listed on website because there is no shipping fee.

These are bags made of Obi (kimono sashes). I love to remake them into something that can be used. Since they are woven with silk and decorative threads, they are very shiny.

As I already said, those obi fabrics are very shiny, but the photos above didn't do justice to them. So, I made a short video to show you how they shine in the sun.

I made some flat zippered pouches with wool kimono fabrics and other obi fabrics as well. Two on the right are made of obi fabrics and the three on the left are made of kimono fabrics.

Here are some triangle cases. (I will have many more.) People who purchased them before tell me they use them for their earrings, rings, ear buds, memory cards, coins, small craft scissors, and anything that would fit in them.

Below are banded pen cases. The band length can be chosen from two options - a longer one for a letter-size notebook and a shorter one for a journal-size notebook. It's perfect if you want to keep your pen case together with your notebook. There are snaps on the back, so you can purchase an extra elastic band to change the length, or just take the band off to use the pen case. I will have many more colours and patterns.

I look forward to seeing you. :)

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