Skip to main content

Patchwork Festival Culver City

Back in November my mother and I volunteered at the Patchwork Festival in Culver City, California. This was the first time the festival was held in location and it was a very successful show. I was able to take lots of photos of my favorite vendors that I wanted to share with you all. So if you're still looking for holiday gifts you're sure to find great ideas in this post! 

Join me on a trip to Patchwork Culver City Ya'll!

 Arriving at Helms Bakery!

 Tacos form Piaggio on Wheels  was a lunchtime treat indeed! 

 Photo booth with Chris+Jen Photos was a huge hit! 

 The Urban Craft Center was on hand for crafty advice. 

 We sold all sorts of cool vintage sodas.

 Kelsey is modeling alongside her super rad  upcycled Kelso Doesnt Dance notepads and accessories

 Ohh yeah, C. Salt gourmet is as good as it looks! Loved your displays Courtney.

 The ladies at Hallo Jak were swamped. 

 Admiring Patchwork Co-founder Nicole Stevenson's booth for Random Nicole.

 Loved the simple and cool look of the jewelry at Lo-Fidelity Love

 The Dj's were playing the JAMZ! 

 Getting down over at the OPEN booth! 

 Some of the decorations that I cut out one day and someone else painted the next. 

 Lovely display at Two Hands Greeting Cards

 Really digging the RELIGHT candle display with the cooler!

 Really liked the designs at White Fly

 The designs at Sweet Perversion are Killer!

 I bought one of the T-shirt necklaces from Myfriendroze and I love it!

 Can I have one of each? Please? I couldn't get enough of the Peanut Butter Dynamite knits!

 Patchwork Co Founders Nicole and Delilah. 

 Me working at the jam van!

 Cleaning up after a fun filled day at Patchwork Culver City!


Paula said…
Thank you for taking all the photos, I love to see documentations like yours!
I response I can "give" you a small dcomentary, too, including a pop-up cafe and a workshop:

The Dynamite cushions are very, VERY cute. (They are no knits, but crocheted!)

Have a good start in the new week.

greetings, Paula
Denise Pacurar said…
I love local events like this! We have so many in Portland where I live! So many amazing local artists!!

Thanks for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment!

akiko said…
Sounds like a fun event and the photos look great! Thank you so much for your lovely comment :) xo akiko
Style Imported

Popular posts from this blog

Mercantile Market May 7th

Some of you may, or may not know that I have taken up a hobby of selling at Flea Markets! I have done two so far this year at the Mercantile Market in Downtown Fullerton, they're super fun and rewarding. I put lots of thought into what I'm doing because this is after all an expression of myself. There is a ton of behind the scenes work that goes into planning for these shows, I have to go hunting for pieces I know my customers will love and I try my best to listen to what you want and find it!

I also have an online store where I sell mostly apparel for baby, kids & adult so please check it out!

Here is my booth at the Mercantile Market this past May! This time around I brought my vintage clothing collection as well as second hand kids wear! Such a hit, if you love unique bright and fun clothing I have it! 
We sell succulents in vintage mugs and the're going for amazing prices! They make great gifts! Also so many people wanted to buy my display, its not for sale, but …

Claremont Village

My mom and I have been going to Claremont forever now, and if you follow this blog than you know it too! It's a cute town that's near the foothills, has colleges, food, beer and cute shops to wonder in. 

We decided to take Loki with us that day, and it was so damn this the hottest summer in a while? Or do I just forget the prior years...eaither way it was on fire in Claremont that day. 

We stumbled upon a taco shack that was undeniably cute! I'm working on finding the name of it, I can't seem to find it on any listing.
Over by the restroom by the taco shop there was the wood csrbed donkey so we had to take pics with it! Poor Loki was so hot that day! 
Enjoying chipa and salsa at the taco shack.

A few things I do that make me feel like me

I start work in two hours so that means I have just enough time to start writing a blog post. Its been an inspiring week and I feel like there are signs from all over the universe guiding me into the right direction. I have had some meaningful time spent alone as well as with other people. I'm trying to have "more fun" and not worry so much about the little things. A few weeks ago I saw a psychic and she told me a ton of things, it was super strange to feel so vulnerable and unsure if what she was saying was true or not. 

The things she said that made me think... Ill be a mother, not now but in a few years. That I will be a successful Business woman, because I have vision and drive. That I have a dark spirit following me, That I want to be happy but that I only will be if I let whatever happened to me in my past go free.
As you can see it was pretty intense, full of tears and I was scared, but I knew that she was right because for a long time I had been unhappy and it was…