Asheville

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Welcome to the Asheville Chapter of the Church of Craft!

We meet twice a month!  Find us on the second Monday of each month at Lark Labs (inside Lark Books)  in downtown Asheville from 6pm to 9pm, and at Short Street Cakes in West Asheville on the last Sunday of each month from 1pm to 4pm.

Lark books is located at 67 Broadway, downtown, just past the LOFT.  Short Street Cakes is located at 225 Haywood Road.  Both are easy to get to via bus, car, or bike.  We welcome crafters of all kinds, and offer plenty of work space, sometimes treats, and a very sweet, engaged, and supportive community of crafters.

Bring a portable project of any kind and join us the next time we meet!

More info? Send a note via email!

sistertrish@churchofcraft.org or getcrafty@ragsreborn.com or kathleen@larkbooks.com or jodi@shortstreetcakes.com

Hope to see you at the next craft-on!

Yours very truly,

Sister Trish

Asheville Chapter at Short Street Cakes!

The Asheville Chapter of the Church of Craft meets on the last Sunday of each month from 1pm to 4pm at Short Street Cakes located at 225 Haywood Road in West Asheville.   Bring a portable project of any kind and join us!

Talk about sweet!

For more info call Short Street Cakes: 828.505-4822

You can email sister trish at getcrafty@ragsreborn.com or jodi@shortstreeetcakes.com

Asheville Chapter at Lark Books!

The Asheville Chapter of the Church of Craft meets the 2nd Monday of the Month at Lark Labs (Lark Books), which is located at 67 Broadway just down from the LOFT.  We start at 6pm and end at 9pm.  Bring a portable project and join us!

For more info or directions email sistertrish@churchofcraft.org or getcrafty@ragsreborn.com or kathleen@larkbooks.com

Hope to see you!

Yours craftily,

Sister Trish

Handmade Nation

The indie craft movement is coming to a big screen near you with Faythe Levine’s new documentary and book, Handmade Nation!

Faith traveled to 15 cities and interviewed 80 crafters to gather material for the project. The movie includes an interview with Callie about the roots of the Church of Craft, and the book contains an essay along the same lines.

You can check the Handmade Nation website to find screenings of the movie in your area, and get some background by checking out Faythe’s blog.

Here’s the trailer: