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Phoenix Craft Rave 2011: A Make-N-Take Marathon this Weekend

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Join hundreds of local creative-types this Saturday at Bragg's Pie Factory for the second PHX Craft Rave -- 10 hours of make-and-take madness. Yes, caffeine will be supplied, as will countless projects for attendees and work by local artists including Jill Brownley, Sabrina Thompson, Lisa Takata, Felicity Snyder, Sarah Spencer, Pat Dowd, Joe Angel Rolis, Stacy Rebecca, and Meghan Olesen, to name a few. 

The event, hosted by Kathy Cano-Murillo, aka The Crafty Chica, and Cyndi Coon, of Laboratory 5, features how-to projects including glittered shrines, graffiti totes, needle felting, screen printing, paper arts and others, technique tips from local artists, and free crafting stations (as well as a few drool-worthy giveaways for the first 100 guests). 

Doors will be open on Saturday, December 10 from 2 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and $5, $10 or $15 per project. Bragg's Pie Factory is at 1301 W Grand Avenue in Phoenix. For more info, check out the event website and follow the rave on Twitter (@PhxCraftRave). 

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