Shop Jarvis Square Recap

I was fortunate enough to participate in the Shop Jarvis Square Artisan Market event on December 10th this year.  They’ve been doing it for years, I don’t know how I’ve missed it in the past, I would have definitely been shopping.  But this year I noticed the posters and was like hey, I live on Jarvis, I want to participate. So I hunted down the organizer just in time she still had a few slots left.  I was located in the rear of Charmers Cafe/ Dagel & Beli along with four other talented artists.  There were more artisans in the Poitin Stil bar next door too.  I sold 18 items which brings me up to 161 sales!  Only 19,839 to go!  Here’s my setup:

Do you like my DIY Copper Pipe Necklace Stand?

Jewelry on Display


Infinity Scarves & Jewelry on Display

Infinity Scarves

I even ended up bartering my orange sweater infinity scarf for this sweet pair of earrings by Tania Rodamilans. She also had some beautiful paintings you can see on her website.

Gorgeous Crystal Earrings by Tania Rodamilans

I always say the problem with shows with multiple vendors is that I end up wanting want to buy from everyone, LOL.  I just have to pace myself.  Check out a few other people’s work.

Jenn Cooper & Cindy Pacyk were there offering their adorable sock monsters up for adoption.  I want one! They even had Siamese monsters!

Sock Monsters!!!

Helene Smith had great photographs and handmade cards for sale.  All types of gems of Chicago life.

Reckless Records by Helene Smith

I definitely want one of Megan K’s crocheted hats, and her upcycled tshirt dresses are adorable.

Upcycled T-shirt Dress by Megan K

Adorable Tripe Ruffle Crocheted Hat by Megan K.

And you can never have too many notebooks, especially handmade leather ones, Nathan Minnehan of WalknTalk had gorgeous single signature books, and Peruvian jewelry.


Jen Smith was the organizer of the event, she has great glass pendants.

Glass Pendants by Jen Smith

A few more must haves from the event are these adorable plush friends by EeeBeeDee! I’m torn between the toast and the popsicle.

Francois Toast

Paulie Popsicle

The splendid soapstress Amanda Hitterman of the Dirty Business Bath Company had some wonderful smelling soaps, lotions and balms. They smell even better than the look!

Dirty Business Bath Company - Old Lady, Oatmeal and Lavender Essential Oil Soap

Dirty Business Bath Company - Mambo Foaming Sugar Scrub

And Laura Scherry of Venus In The Morning Creations makes these awesome stamp covered picture frames.

Stamped Frame by Laura Scherry

So there you have it, it was great fun, so enjoyed meeting everyone, and I look forward to participating next year.  So if you missed it you missed out!  Thanks to the interwebz you can still check us out!






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