LOS ANGELES, Oct 4, 2008 / FW/ — Orange County’s successful indie arts & crafts fair Patchwork returns for a third time at the Buffalo street in Santa Ana’s Museum District on Sunday, November 9th from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM with over 60 vendors offering original arts and crafs.
The brainchild of local clothing designer Nicole Stevenson and her aunt Delilah Snell, owner of eco-boutique ‘The Road Less Traveled,’ Patchwork provides a venue for local artists and craftsmen to present their creations under one roof.
Crediting the event’s success with collaborating with local businesses like like Harvey’s Memphis Café, The Gypsy Den and The Crosby as well as KUCI, Cal State Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center, Grand Central and other popular art galleries, Nicole Stevenson said that the event has also been transformed into an alternative networking and marketing tool for everyone involved.
“What started out as a craft fair is now a great networking event for businesses and artists as well as the customers,” added Delilah Snell. “People are making connections in the County and stores are starting to look at the event as a way to scout interesting products for their stores.”
Patchwork showcases over 60 vendors featuring clothing for men, women and children, accessories, art, culinary treats, paper goods, and home goods as well as services from the county’s most unique businesses. There are Do-It-Yourself (DIY) stations, a kids craft area and local musicians.
For more information, log on: www.patchworkshow.com