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East Austin Studio Tour
The city's autumn marathon of art covers work by some 300 artists in 175 venues
Arts Story November 12, 2010, by Robert Faires and Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Wondercraft: Eastside Knit Night..."
Find Another Hobby
Alternative crafting for the conceptually thoughtful
DAILY Qmmunity July 1, 2014, by Sarah Mortimer and Kate X Messer
Austin Fabric Co-op
Stitch Lab Sewing Studio
The Cloth Pocket
Hill Country Weavers..."
Drink local soft drinks – from Dublin to Maine
Food Story March 2, 2012, by Melanie Haupt
"..."We wanted to have the sodas because they make good mixers and selected flavors that would mix well," says Kim Sae-Eua, co-owner of the WonderCraft, a crafting studio that hosts group crafting parties and offers a small selection of food and drinks to help facilitate the party vibe. "We chose these because they are small-batch and unique and fit in with the handmade thing we've got going on here..."
Austin Fashion Week 2011 Recos
The annual celebration of design and couture heats up
DAILY Design August 22, 2011, by Anne Harris
"...Sober up with a cup of joe on Thursday morning, August 25th at 11am, for a chance to snap up Dress Shop's merchandise at up to 75% off before it's dumped out at Palmer Events Center for Le Garage Sale on August 27th. At 5pm, "Get Hammered" at The WonderCraft with Teresa Basa and make your own personalized metal-stamped jewelry while enjoying free drinks and a photo booth..."
Renegade Craft Fair Comes to Austin
Plan your weekend around Renegade Craft Fair
DAILY Design May 13, 2010, by Anne Harris
"...The two-day Austin event will feature more than 150 artists from around the country, as well as workshops with Austin Craft Mafia, Etsy, Public School, Stitch Lab, and the WonderCraft. There will also be a free photobooth and music from the Minor Mishap Marching Band and Shotgun Party..."
Passport to 'Handmade Nation'
The Austin premiere of 'Handmade Nation' left audiences inspired
DAILY Design September 10, 2009, by Lei-Leen Choo
"...Tents cooled tables for Sublime Stitching, Austin Craft Mafia co-founder Jenny Hart's nontraditional embroidery patterns; repurposed, bibliophilia-inspired wares by Pommes Frites; and children's quirky Western wear by Kathie Sever of Ramonster. Beth Hempton of Snuggle Herd provided tours of the WonderCraft Airstream trailer, where hands-on demos transformed T-shirts into new designs while others admired the ruffled, black-and-white window curtains that contrasted with cheerfully orange interior...."