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This Saturday, The Music Farm was transformed into something entirely different than the usual concert venue. The holiday edition of The Lowcountry Artist Market gave visitors a visual concert and delivered a fresh breath of creative air.

Tables of vendors were scattered throughout the space, each offering their individual spectacles of artistry; the optimal place to find a handmade gift for anyone in the family, from infant to great-grandmother. Housing everything from fiber art, jewelry, print, bath & body, woodworking, and vintage clothing, the fair successfully eased shoppers into the Christmas spirit. Orange Spot Coffee House even had a bowl of free mistletoe to assist in spreading the holiday cheer.

Visitors enjoyed sandwiches from the Hello My Name is BBQ truck. Desert was welcomed by Sweeteeth Chocolate as well as  Haypenny Confections, who offered fresh s’mores kits and samples that were home-made down to the graham cracker.

Kids who saw Finkelstein’s Center toys were immediately aware of what they would be asking Santa for this year. Adults could thumb through the archive of city map coasters made by All Mapped Out to serve as a festive accent for cocktail parties.

People left the music farm with smiles and hand-made goods, ready to kick start the holidays.


Words: Kyle Victory

Posted on December 12, 2013 by admin.

Categories: Feature Post, Review

Tags: Art, Ceramic, Charleston, Christmas, Crafts, Fabric, Fair, Fiber, Haypenny Confections, Holiday, Lowcountry, Market, Music Farm, Sweeteeth

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