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Favorites from the 2015 Design and Construction Week Shows

The following content is syndicated content. If you're interested in residential home construction and remodeling, the place to be is the annual Design & Construction Week (DCW) - a combination of five trade shows, featuring 3,700 exhibitors from the home construction, remodeling and decorating industries. I know these shows well. I've been Read more
Category: Woodworking

The Last 2 Woodworking Shows of the Season

The following content is syndicated content. The last two shows for the 2013-2014 season of The Woodworking Shows are upcoming quickly. These two shows will wrap up the 17 city tour for the year, with more shows set to begin in October for the winter season. Each show runs Friday through Sunday with clinics and […] Read more
Category: Woodworking
Top Ten 2010: New bridges take shape, school spending levels, economy shows spark – Hand Tool

Top Ten 2010: New bridges take shape, school spending levels, economy shows spark – Hand Tool

Top Ten 2010: New bridges take shape, school spending levels, economy shows spark It's no surprise that one year can sometimes blend into the next. The Addison Independent staff's picks for the Top 10 local news stories for 2010 contain four that were also on the list in 2009. Our top story for this past […] Read more
Category: Woodworking
Attracting People Back to Craft Shows

Attracting People Back to Craft Shows

A large and paramount factor in figuring out the success of a craft show would be the crowds that will attend and shop there. No matter how good someone's booth is or how well-organized the whole event becomes, it will all be for naught if the people in the area are just not that interested in it. But there will be instances when a person will Read more
Part One of the Craft Show Year-End Review

Part One of the Craft Show Year-End Review

I thought it would be nice to write about the year I went through so many craft shows; I thought it would be nice to dedicate an entry to them. How was it for craftspeople? What areas needed improvement? Read more
Category: Product Reviews
Making Money out of Crafting

Making Money out of Crafting

Ever wondered what makes a person successful in business? It's not about having a good market, or having a good niche, or having a good amount of clients (although that would help quite a lot). Read more
A Good Balance of Traditional and Modern Arts and Crafts

A Good Balance of Traditional and Modern Arts and Crafts

There are a lot of traditional mediums like painting and sculpture, but art can be expressed in a lot more forms. There are newer forms of art like animation, which can be enjoyed and appreciated even by small kids. I believe that both mediums are good ways to express one's self, and our children can develop creativity with a healthy dose of both. Read more
Category: Crafts
Craft Shows and Relationships

Craft Shows and Relationships

It is important that two people do things together for a relationship to survive. No matter how compatible you seem to be, a couple will usually drift apart if all that you do is something for the bedroom. While the adage that opposites do, indeed, attract, there should always be certain similarities for the attraction to stay. Read more
Valued Crafts at Connecticut Craft Shows

Valued Crafts at Connecticut Craft Shows

Connecticut is also known as the Constitution State because it is a place vibrant with American history. A paragon of Democracy, its first Constitution is recognized as the first ever written form of Rule by the People. Wherever you go in Connecticut, you can be sure to bump into a bit of history. Read more
New Jersey Crafting Trade Shows For Your Hobby

New Jersey Crafting Trade Shows For Your Hobby

The Garden State is also a center for commerce and service economy. New Jersey lies in the middle of two bustling metropolises, New York and Philadelphia, and is the perfect location for business ventures, leisure and events. And there is no better combination of business, leisure and events in one place than the New Jersey crafting fairs and Read more