Sellers' tents on Worcester's Park Avenue, seen from Elm Park
Jen Niles does lovely folk-arty paintings of cat and dogs and will make a personalized memorial painting of your deceased pet.. www.JenNilesArt.com
This man creates weather-proof birdfeeders from teacups, saucers and spoons—they attach to a rod to stand in the garden.
The Gravestone Girls make art by rubbing the Colonial slate gravestones they find in New England cemeteries and selling the rubbings to hang.
I saw several blacksmiths and people who created art out of iron, and quite a few of them were women.
I bought these soft baby shoes for my granddaughter from Meghan Bergstrom who makes clothes and shoes “for hip kids.” www.etsy.com/shop/edieandfin.
There were hooked rugs and knitted creations galore.
Painted silk scarves
Carved wood goblets and bowls
Participatory wall murals
And loads of food trucks with every kind of New England culinary delight.
Play areas and crafts for children
And pumpkins to take home.