East Boston Artisan Fair draws 200 attendees viewing wares of local vendors


Approximately 200 people dropped by the Clippership Wharf Commons Room in East Boston to shop unique handcrafted items at the Eastie Artisan Fair. The event was organized East Boston residents: Michelle Miller, owner of Sew What Amazing Krafts, Theresa Malionek, owner, Crochet by Teshy and Revere resident, Maria Rago, event planner. Vendors included:

Plant Ahead by Christine Gatti

A La Pearl
Isabel’s Soaps 
Designs by Donna
Charlotte’s Crafts
Fresh Cut Yarn 
Sky Dog Photography 
Carmela’s Market 
Soulmates Plush 
Kristen Freitas Art 
Cee Cee Stitchery 
Scents for Cents 
Sunset Studios Art
Maverick Youth Makers 
Crochet by Teshy 
June Krinsky-Rudder Art 
Ratify by Tasha 
See What Amazing Krafts 

Special thank you to State Senator Lydia Edwards, Representative Adrian Madaro, Eagle Hill Cafe, and Globas y Fiestas.

Eastie Artisan Faire l to r Representive Adrian Madaro: Theresa “Teshy” Malionek, Michelle Miller and Maria Rago
Giulio Cercato