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The Handmade, Crafty Lineup of Crafeteria 2011

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The event, hosted by Frances in the Medlock Plaza on Central Avenue and Camelback Road, runs from 6 to 10 p.m. and plays by one rule: everything must be 100 percent handmade. (Weather note: if it rains tomorrow night, Crafeteria will take place on Saturday evening.) 

Crafeteria's an annual gathering for arts and crafty types and one of our favorite places to do some serious holiday shopping. This year's lineup includes a few new faces -- and more than a few names we're excited about ... 

Here are just nine booths you'll have to race us to: 

1. Mermade Designs by Keri Mosier (jewelry) 
2. anniewhere by Annemarie Miskovic (paper goods)
3. Laboratory5 and Lovely Lula by Cyndi Coon (all things crafty/felted items etc) 
4. Mame by Maria Mueller & Megan Hull (soy candles and lip balm) 
5. Mesquite Press by Kelly Roach (paper goods)
6. The Red Dutch Door by Carrie and Genevieve (scarves, brooches, etc) 
7. Clean Getaway Soap Co. by Lindsey Stone 
8. Folding Chair Designs by Amy Reed (hand-felted headbands, necklaces, etc)
9. Huckleberry Faye by Katy Verga (hand-sewn and crocheted items)

Live music will be played by the Tetra String Quartet and shopping-fuel available from Short Leash Hot Dogs food truck, confectioner Tracy Dempsey, and Urban Cookies

Stay tuned to the Frances blog for profiles of participating creatives and event announcements. 

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