Hello Craft Fans,
June's been busy around here, between making sock monkeys for Clowns Without Borders and taking part in the Junction yard sale for the Redwood Shelter - both very successful events.
But wait, there's more!
This Saturday, Tiffany Thornton (formerly of Whimsy) will be in the downstairs space launching her Global Baby line of international quality infant wear, starting at 11:00.
We've got a great recession-busting idea that will save you lots of money come holiday season. It's Christmas in July! Learn to handmake 3 different gifts in each of two afternoon sessions - so much more personal than store bought. And on July 8, learn the ancient art of bookbinding.
It's been all about the adults up until now, but I guess the kids should get to play too! Anna Redish is offering a 2 week morning craft camp here starting July 6. See website for details.
Finally, I'm happy to announce that the shop is now listed with Toronto the Better (http://www.torontothebetter.net), a consumer group that recognizes ethical businesses.
Hope to see you all in the shop soon!
Mary Breen, Owner
- So many fun and affordable gifts for any occasion (including treating yourself!).
- Crocheted Sushi Magnets by Patricia Ki (also available – breakfast foods such as smiley eggs and French toast)
- Stylish Glass Belt Buckles by Jennifer Aubé, Urban Fusions
- Beautifully designed and crafted girls’ hemp dresses by Christine Deuerlein
- Summery Scarves by Diana Brugos
Workshop Leader: Amy Borkwood
Wed, July 8, 7 – 9:30 pm
Learn the Coptic stitch – the oldest bookbinding method – as you make a beautiful journal with recycled paper.
$35 includes all materials.
Christmas in July
Workshop Leader: Anna Redish
Get an early start on your holiday gift-making. Handmade gifts are both economical and personal.
Spend an afternoon making 3 different crafts, and take away the skills to make gifts for everyone!
Christmas in July Part 1, Sat, July 11, 1 – 5 pm
- Beeswax candles
- Appliqué tea towel
- Lavender sachet
- Gift tags and bags
- Fabric wallet
- Hand stamped cards
- Bead & leather necklace
- More gift tags and bags
Or sign up with a friend, pay $60 each!
Includes all materials and instructions.
Wo-Built Home Design Series
Wise Daughters hosts the last in our current series of interactive talks:
Wed, July 15, 7 – 9 pm
Being green at home – great energy saving tips. $10.
Every Thursday, 7 - 9 pm is Sit 'n' Stitch night. No charge.
Drop in to knit, needlepoint, crochet or whatever you like to do, in the company of other crafty people! BYO mug for tea.
Please call 416-761-1555 for more info or to register for workshops
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Wise Daughters Craft Market
Local handicrafts and do-it-yourself workshops
3079B Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON, M5P 1Z9
(facing Quebec Ave, just south of Dundas, behind Crema Coffee)
There is ample street parking on Dundas and Quebec.
Via TTC: Junction bus from Dundas West Stn,
Lambton bus (or 15 min. walk) from High Park Stn.
Toronto Junction Arts & Crafts Neighbourhood: Wise Daughters' Story
July Events and Workshops at Wise Daughters' Craft Market
June Events and Workshops at Wise Daughters' Craft Market
May Events and Workshops at Wise Daughters' Craft Market
April Events and Workshops at Wise Daughters' Craft Market
March Events and Workshops at Wise Daughters' Creative Place