Monday, September 5, 2011

Indie Craft Parade 2011




It's time again for the Indy Craft Parade! The second annual festival is coming September 9-11 at the historic Huguenot Mill at the Peace Center in downtown Greenville. Admission is free both Saturday and Sunday. They also added a new Friday night VIP gala. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold online while supplies last. Matt and I went last year and it was so much fun! You can check out the website for yourself here.  There are a couple vendors I would like to point out that I am excited will be there!




Matt will be there this year serving fresh, steamed pork tamales with his grandma's red chile sauce and refried beans for $3 (sampler plate). He will also be taking orders so come prepared.  Tamales freeze well so you can pull them out for a quick and delicious meal. You can view his blog here and can check out his complete menu below. 

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My friend Erin will also be there this year selling her amazing hand knitted items. Everything she makes is absolutely beautiful! She will be selling a variety of gloves, hats, cowls, scarves, dishtowels, bows and mustaches. I'm so excited to visit her booth! You can check out her etsy shop here. She also sells her items at a local shop in Greenville: Augusta Twenty. Type local artists or scarves in the search box.









1 comment:

blue moss said...

I'm hopping all over your blog....finding so many great things.
I was in augusta 20 with my sister and we both fell in love with her scarves. They are so great. The mustard popcorn knit was my favorite.