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May 4, 5, 6 in Tarrytown, NY at the Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst

May 11, 12, 13 in Philadelphia, PA at the Rittenhouse Square Fine Craft Show, Booth #92

May 18, 19, 20 in Reston, VA at the Northern Virginia Fine Crafts Show, Booth #106

May 26, 27, 28 in Northampton, MA at the Paradise City Northampton Show, Booth #528

June 2 in Boston, MA at the Coolidge Corner Arts Festival

June 16 in Boston, MA at the Greenway Open Markets

June 23, in Boston, MA at the Greenway Open Markets

July 11-15 in State College, PA at the Central PA Festival of the Arts, Booth B-5

September 14, 15, 16 in Tarrytown, NY at Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst

October 13, 14 in Bethesda, MD at the Bethesda Row Arts Festival, Booth # 62W

November 1-4 in Philadelphia at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Show, Booth # 613

Most weekends you'll find us traveling across the country and selling our collection at American Craft and Art shows. The term "American Craft" denotes artists working in glass, wood, clay, fiber, and precious metals. Some of the big organizers include the Philadelphia Museum of Art show, Paradise City Arts Festival, the American Craft Council, Artrider, and One of a Kind.

These events are usually 3-5 days long and are open to the public, often free, sometimes with a small admission fee. We, along with hundreds of other artisans, set up a "pop up" boutique complete with all our styles and sizes and sell direct to people just like you.

Our creators Tess and Temple are there on the scene to assist you in finding the right style, size, and fit. Normally, when you find what you like, you buy it and walk away with it that day. Otherwise, we ship it to you after we finish making it, altering it, sourcing your custom fabric etc.

If you've never been to a Craft event, you're missing out. The jewelers, potters, wood turners, and fiber artists you see at these events are the elite artisans working in America today. You'll see the highest expression of all these disciplines under one roof and you'll have a chance to talk with the artist about their craft.

Teresa Crowninshield coats are conceived, designed, and handmade in the U.S.A.