More than 250 craftspeople display their wares, which include jewelry, furniture, clothing, sculpture, and more. Live music and food vendors will also be present.
There are craft fairs—the ones that happen in the basement of the local church where you find out the old lady across the hall knits scarves out of her cat’s fur—and then there are Craft Fairs. Let us lay the scene for you: something called “Claymonster Pottery” (pictured) that only kinda looks like it was sculpted by a 6-year-old; the Grant Rocker, a hardwood rocking chair (“recommended by orthopedic surgeons!”) that was created with authentic wood and nails just for your spinal comfort; artisanal Champagne-flavored marshmallows from 240Sweet, who should win some kind of award just for getting the words “artisanal” and “marshmallow” in the same sentence. Over 250 local entrepreneurs like these fine folks will gather this weekend for the Sugarloaf Craft Festival to tempt and amaze you with their creations. So swing by the Maryland State Fairgrounds and invest in some quality American-made goods. (Courtney Cousins)
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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