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  • Figure Flattering Halina Shearman Designs | Artfest Ontario
    February 9, 2022 Marianne Lepa

    Figure Flattering Halina Shearman Designs

    Halina Shearman's figure flattering, one size fits all, kimonos and ponchos are made from beautiful fabrics in many colours and weights for all seasons and events. These designer pieces will take you from the beach to a candlelight dinner out on the town.
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  • It's National Hat Day! | Artfest Ontario
    January 16, 2022 Marianne Lepa

    It's National Hat Day!

    It's National Hat Day! What a great time of year for it. The Artfest shop has some fantastic handmade hats to suit whatever weather it is. Cover that pandemic hair in style. Check out these beauties.
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  • CREATIONS GDC | Artfest Ontario
    March 11, 2021 Lory MacDonald

    CREATIONS GDC

    Ghislaine Descotes has two lines of artistic creations: Recycled tractor tire inner tubes purses and accessories and handmade jewellery. Purses and accessories are created from recycled materials while jewelry is made with freshwater pearls, stones, crystals and finished with stainless steel clasps and findings.
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  • CAROLYN M. BARNETT DESIGNS | Artfest Ontario
    March 4, 2021 Lory MacDonald

    CAROLYN M. BARNETT DESIGNS

    Carolyn Barnett designs and creates handmade clothing: pullovers, jackets, cardigans, wraps, scarves and accessories. Handmade polymer buttons, sweater pins and sticks adorn felted vests and jackets. Vintage quilts become coats, vintage saris become quilts. Everything is one of a kind.
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  • FISHER WOMAN CLUTCH by Inunoo | Artfest Ontario
    February 25, 2021 Lory MacDonald

    FISHER WOMAN CLUTCH by Inunoo

    The print on this clutch by Inunoo is a print by Cape Dorset artist the late Kananginak Pootoogook. The image illustrates the material cultural of the Inuit. The clutch itself is handscreened and pleated 100% silk, lined with cotton or silk.
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