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Though I’d share Laura’s Chock Full Of post about our last market!

http://chockfullof.com/2011/06/28/1386/

We heart all of our Artisans and everyone who came out to the market at Open Eye on Saturday.  Thanks y’all!

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Photos of art, fashion and crafts by our Artisans that will be at the OCAM market at Open Eye this Saturday!  10-2!

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We had so much fun at our last OCAM at Open Eye market that we’ve decided to do another one.  This Saturday, June 25th, The Orange Collective Artisan Market will be at Open Eye Cafe from 10 am to 2 pm.  You can see the event page on Facebook.

Participating vendors are:
Roulette Vintage (Awesome vintage and remade clothes)
Reciprocities (Creatively fabulous handmade jewelry and art)
Chock Full of… (Fun handcrafted home goods)
Worthwhile Mercantile (Lovely handmade clothes, dolls, quilts and more)
Mi Scusi Hand Made (Remade and handmade dresses and other goodies!)
Geoff Henshall  (Fantastic Art and Prints)
Little Foxes and Brilliant Handmade will also be there!

We’re really excited to get together and do this market and hope that all of you will be stopping by.  Don’t forget that the Carrboro Farmer’s Market is also that morning so you can do 2 markets in one day!

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We had a lot of fun at Open Eye this weekend.  Great people, awesome vendors, gorgeous weather and delicious coffee!  Who could ask for more?

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I love reading about the  crafting and everyday dreams of Laura Browning at her chock full of blog.  She has also started her own handmade line featuring Happy Day banners and patchwork pillows.
Her Carrboro premier will be this Saturday at our Open Eye Market.
Her creations make lovely Mother’s Day gifts!

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We love Carrboro Coffee Roasters.  They are responsible for the fresh, beautifully roasted coffee that you enjoy each time you go to Open Eye Cafe, Cafe Driade, or a number of other restaurants, clubs and cafes around the area.
The owner, Scott Conary, is not only a coffee expert but also someone who appreciates coffee at its roots.  He visits the farms that the beans come from to meet the farmers and the land.  There are many steps to a good cup of coffee and they are each important.

You can learn more about coffee and coffee roasting at the our OCAM market at Open Eye.  Come smell the roasting beans, sip on a well made coffee and meet the artisans behind Carrboro Coffee Roasting.

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