Bragg's Pie Factory Hosts Coffee, Cookies & Crafts in November

The caffeinated, sugar-induced craft bonanza that is Coffee, Cookies & Crafts will usher in a marathon of holiday-themed gifts, craft supplies, and interactive activities in Downtown's Bragg's Pie Factory

 And while the event's November 19 date isn't quite past the threshold of "accepted beginning of post-Thanksgiving holiday pandemonium," we'll be the first to say we can't wait to get our hands on some felted ornaments, DIY Dreidles, and all kinds of letterpress greetings (we're looking at you Hazel). 

More info and the craft vendor list after the jump ...

The fifth indie craft event will include tables with goods and demos from local creatives including annieWHERE, Chain Theory, Corona Couture, Crafty Modern/Stanley Moon's, Hazel & Violet Ink, merMadison, Moderncat Studio, Patty Lewis Glass Artist, Space Boy Robot, Space Cadet, Starving Artist Bazaar, Sticker Club Girl, Strawberry Hedgehog, Studio Artology, and Urban Adornments (to name a few). Event organizers are running profiles and photo collections from each vendor on the CCC website.

Also on the noon to 5 p.m. schedule are tables open for craft supply swaps and a community craft activity, the Spring Board section for vendors under 18 years old, as well as snacks and coffee from Jobot Coffee Shop and sweets from local bakeries in the pop-up lounge. (We also hear the Pizza People food truck will be parked outside.) 

Bragg's Pie Factory is at 1301 W Grand Avenue in downtown Phoenix. Attendance and parking are free. For more information, check out the event's Facebook page and website or email [email protected]

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Claire Lawton
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