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Good morning, internutz!!  Big Chill December 2013 applications are now open!  They will run from October 1st through 31st.  Please click the ‘apply’ tab at the top of the page, or here, to find the link to download.

This year, The Big Chill will be on Saturday, December 14th and will feature Mayo Street Arts’ main floor filled with local artists, crafters and vendors.  Snacks, beer, wine and soft beverages will be available at our bar for shoppers while they do their thing.  Additionally, we are transforming the artist studio space downstairs in to Santa’s Workshop where kids and kids-at-heart can make their own holiday gifts for $5.  Mom + Dad can leave the kiddos downstairs while they do their shopping, or stay and make crafts if they’d like!

Please direct any questions to audrey [at] mayostreetarts.org

 

Thanks!

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The Big Chill Holiday Sale is today!  10am-4pm at Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo Street in Portland.  There’s a handy little map if you need directions!  Two floors of awesome artists, I know you can’t resist.  Be careful on those icy roads, this morning!

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Perhaps if you’ve been to The Merchant Company or visited any other of the holiday sales in the area you’ve seen these adorable, fantastic and totally covetable illustrations from Bluebirdie Bootique, by artist Christina Siravo.  Feast up on some eye candy and start making your gift list for Sunday, Dec. 2nd at Mayo Street Arts!  Click on the images for links!

We’ll see you this Sunday at Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo Street in Portland from 10am to 4pm!  :)

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Blood & Whiskey

So, so happy that Blood & Whiskey Studio is joining us for The Big Chill this year!  Blood & Whiskey is based on Peaks Island, and screen printed stripes, diamonds, circus freaks and Maine woods themes abound.  Take a look!

Maine Woods: Stand Tall

Black Stripes

Come meet the mastermind, Alfred Wood, while shopping at The Big Chill on Sunday, December 2nd at Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo Street, Portland, Maine.  10am to 4pm.  Don’t miss!

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Handspun Yarn, Merino Wool Blend, Thread Plied, 88 Yards/ 3oz, Tendril

What’s going to be on your needles in December?  Whatever it is, consider dropping by The Big Chill on December 2nd at Mayo Street Arts to pick up a skein or two from On The Round.  Rachel is a local spinner, located in Owls Head, Maine and makes beautiful color combinations with surprising textures.  Let’s see:

Hand Dyed Mill Spun Yarn, Worsted Weight, Natural Clun Forrest/Alpaca (60/40) Wool Yarn

Hand Dyed Mill Spun Yarn, Fine Wool Yarn, Heavy Worsted Weight, Single Ply, 120 yards/ 2 oz , Peafowl

Handspun Yarn, Merino Wool Blend, 2 Ply, 500 Yards/ 6.5 oz, CInna

Remember, The Big Chill Holiday Sale is only 6 days away!  Sunday, December 2nd from 10am to 4pm at 10 Mayo Street (Mayo Street Arts) in Portland, Maine.  We look forward to shopping with you!

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Big Red Lucite Hoops by Leetie Lovendale

Get ready for some colors to pop!  Tonight we bring you some selections from the jewelry trunks at Leetie Lovendale.  These lucite baubles are the best addition to your vintage (inspired) wardrobe or a splash of color to pair with something classic.

Flames Bauble Necklace by Leetie Lovendale

If the work looks familiar to you, it’s because Heather DeSimone is at the head of this vintage beading machine.  On any given day you might find her tending shop at The Beadin’ Path in Freeport.  Surrounded by so many candy-colored beauties it’s no wonder her jewelry really sings.

Fruit Mix Earring Set by Leetie Lovendale

Isn’t it nice how most of these would fit perfectly in a stocking?  We think so, too.  To get some stuffers of your own, visit Leetie and all our other fantastic vendors at The Big Chill holiday sale:  Sunday, December 2nd from 10am to 4pm at Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo Street, Portland.

Peach Cobbler Fringe Necklace by Leetie Lovendale

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Festival Zinnia scarf by Merchantship

Feast your eyes on the beautiful scarves from Merchantship!  These are the creative works from the hands of local crafter, Alicia Gaston.

 

Merchantship

Alicia prefers to work with super luxurious Japanese Echino fabrics and unique designer patterns as well as the super-soft ‘minky’ fabric used to line the inside of her scarves.

 

Olive Rose scarf from Merchantship

To feel these fantastic scarves with your own fingers, visit Merchantship at The Big Chill arts, crafts and vintage holiday sale at Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo St., Sunday, December 2nd from 10am to 4pm.  We can’t wait to see you!

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