Jazzy Wilhovsky

Bio: The MoJazz Collection is colorful one-of-a-kind free style clothing designed and made by the artist. Designs are created to every size, colors to enhance every type of beauty. The collection consists of dresses, jumpers, rompers, and dusters. Samples of Jazzy’s work:…

Evelyn Burttram

Bio: My name is Evelyn Burttram and I started Pink Sheep Design in 2014 to create beautiful, custom, quality hand knit and crocheted products in Atlanta, Georgia. I love creating unique items using high quality yarns that will last a lifetime. I am committed to designing and creating beautiful pieces at all price points and…

Sandra Duffy

Bio: Sandra’s work includes: women’s clothing, fiber jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and scarf necklaces), tote bags, head wraps, and headbands. Samples of Sandra’s work:  …

Heather Riniker

Bio: Southern art with a Midwestern heart, Heather combines her love of the handmade with iconic nature of the south–magnolia leaves. Her work focuses on hand-embroidery using the leaves as her medium, creating a completely unique work of art. As a fiber artist, her work doesn’t stop there; she also designs print and pattern, and…

Darcy Childress

Bio: Darcy Childress: I’m an art teacher and quilter who loves to sew modern, colorful accessories for you and your home. I sew everything from coasters and zipper pouches to pillows and quilts with an emphasis on color and quality. Joining Darcy in her booth, will be Chandra Fowler: I am a maker who interested…

THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIER SPONSORS

Ethic Creative Works Beer Girl Growler Shop City of Hapeville Arden's Garden ATL Guide Delta Air Lines Georgia Council for the Arts NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS Fulton County Arts and Culture Larabar

AND TO ALL OF OUR OTHER SPONSORS

Keller WilliamsIntown Focus RealtyBuckhead Commercial InsuranceCollege Football Hall of FameAceAuto FinanceWalmartDelta Community Credit UnionCinema GreensWoodward AcademyRed Door Realty

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR MAIN STREET PROGRAMS

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This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency - the National Endowment for the Arts. Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.