Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Sneak Peek #3

Three more vendors who will be participating in the Crafty Chicks Show & Sale this Saturday!  Keep an eye out for more posts every day this week.
Cheryl Jaeger ~ C. Jaeger
Cheryl loves to sew during any spare moment she can find in her day. She uses fun, modern fabrics, as well as vintage and imported fabrics to make her sewn creations. In addition to her patchwork clutches, writing kits, and zipper pouches that she featured at the Crafty Chicks sale last year, she will be bringing lots of fun lanyards and unique key fobs to the sale this year. You can find photos of her work on Instagram or visit her etsy shop http://www.cjaeger.etsy.com to see more examples of her work.

Pam Talpers ~ Gypsy That I Was/Wild Heart YarningsPam Talpers learned the art of crochet from her grandmother. As a nurse, mother and wife, there was little time for creative endeavors, but, as all artists come to realize, there needs to be an outlet for creative expression. Pam decided to pick up her hook and begin creating. Using nature, music, and life experiences, Pam has created a unique style of her own. Pam’s designs are not constrained to traditional platforms or patterns. She mixes fibers and techniques to create unique, one of a kind items.
Scarves, hats and purses are only a few of Pam’s creations. She has also ventured into making items focused for the medical field as teaching props. If you are looking for abstract, whimsical and unique, you will find them in Pam’s products. In addition to crochet, Pam collects vintage jewelry and makes beaded/crochet jewelry. These items will be available at the Crafty Chicks sale as well.
See more of Pam's work here:

Anne Medley & Deborah Kallevig ~ The Rescue Project
The Rescue Project is a non-profit organization in Kansas City that provides education on proper pet care, offers resources for spaying and neutering, vaccinations, food, doghouses and most importantly human interaction. They advocate for those that cannot speak for themselves while educating caregivers in the hopes of continuing to improve the lives of animals in our community. Visit their website to learn more: www.therescueproject.net

The Rescue Project will be selling dog hats, scarves, collars, treats and toys, along with some other handcrafted items made by our volunteers. Deborah Kallevig will be selling her homemade products for pets as well. See her full line of products here: www.unfussed.com

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