A couple weeks before Christmas, a friend and I attended the Urban Craft Uprising in Seattle. There were many awesome vendors there, but I basically went to see one lady, Twinkie Chan! I've admired her work for a while, so when she posted about Urban Craft Uprising on Instagram, I knew I had to go! I had a blast, especially since I rarely get out without the kiddos, and I hadn't been to Seattle in a while. And whenever I ride the ferry, I feel like it's a really special trip. So here are some pictures from my trip.
Once we got to the craft fair, I immediately darted for Twinkie's booth, which was right by the door. She was very nice, and my friend and I spent a lot of time hanging out around her table.
I bought this hotdog eye mask and corn dog pen cozy from Twinkie Chan. My friend bought a couple ice cream shower mitts, but she wears them as regular mittens.
We took a funny picture... She's wearing the ice cream mittens she got from Twinkie Chan.
One of the vendors had these awesome hangers, but they weren't for sale. I really want some!
I had been searching all over for Seahawks colored yarn, so I picked up a few skeins from one of the vendors.---5---
My friend took a picture of me taking a selfie in front of the International Fountain. It's pretty neat. It plays music.
We walked around for a bit, and we could see the Space Needle from where we were. I've lived in WA for a total of five years, but I've never been inside the Space Needle. We need to make that happen!