Coffee, Cookies & Crafts: The Annual Arts/Crafts Fair Takes Over Grand Avenue This Weekend. Here's Your Lineup.

The caffeinated, sugar-induced craft bonanza that is Coffee, Cookies & Crafts will usher in a marathon of gifts, craft supplies, and interactive activities at downtown's Bragg's Pie Factory this weekend during Art Detour. (Stay tuned for our map and a list of our must-sees.)

And while there will be plenty of reasons to walk around downtown Phoenix on Saturday and Sunday to see what local artists have been busy creating, we'll be the first to say we can't wait to get our hands on some locally made soap, robots, and metal work (we're looking at you, 11th Monkey).

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

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The eighth indie craft event will include tables with goods and demos from local creatives including 11th Monk3y, Carol Roque, Chain Theory, Cookie Confetti, Crafty Modern, Double L Originals, Dressy Pets Portraits, Gothcupcake, Kari Arts, Lila-Jo, Muneca Mexicana handcrafted food, Odyssey Etching & Engraving, Origami Owl, Parkside Harmony, Patty Lewis Glass Artist, RunzwithScissors, Safety Third, ScentSations by Tracy, Starflower Jewelry, Sticker Club Girl, Strawberry Hedgehog, Sugared & Spiced, Urban Table, Voigt Metal, Wearable Art by Nadia K. Taylor, Xappaland, and more.

Event organizer Kate Benjamin of Hauspanther says vendors will be hawking goods from noon to 5 p.m. and a few have promised homemade cookies and baked goods. {9} Gallery will be sampling their Press Roasters Coffee.

Coffee Cookies and Crafts is free and open to the public. There are still a few vendor spots available. Those interested can complete the online vendor application on the Coffee, Cookies, and Crafts website.

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Claire Lawton
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