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  • Writer's pictureEmmah Bell

This Week at The Local - 10/17

Another exciting Tuesday is here and you won't want to miss the surprises we have in store! Whether you're a Local veteran or have yet to win this season's tote bag at our Spin-to-Win wheel, Double Vision will be joining us this week with free custom chain stitch embroidery on any Local tote bag! The Polaroid Studio Photo Booth will also be back for another week with a fall photo setup offering a free digital photo with the purchase of any Polaroid. There's much to explore this week at The Local!

This Week's Lineup

Keep reading to learn more about our featured Resident Vendor of the week, Corner Tang Wood Crafts!


Resident Vendor - Corner Tang Wood Crafts

Christina's drive behind her wooden creations is quite simple: she loves making sawdust. Since becoming a Local vendor in the Spring of 2021, Christina has continued to demonstrate just what it means to have an art for your craft. With a mixture of creativity and vision, Christina's products are truly one-of-a-kind. Any Tuesday this season at The Local, you will find Corner Tang Wood Crafts has handcrafted home accessories and gifts using Eastern Red Cedar, Western Cedar, Cypress, Pine, and Sycamore. Whether browsing for yourself or trying to find that perfect gift for someone special, Christina's products are sure to mirror the unique and eye-catching qualities that make us all special.

Christina's favorite thing about The Local is having the opportunity to "visit with customers, receive custom orders, and get to know a community of talented vendors."

When you stop by The Local this week, see how Christina's wooden creations are each more unique than the last and bring a sense of personality and color to any space.


Special Feature - Double Vision

Ashley Morehead & John Kaser

Meet the talented visionaries behind this week's custom tote embroidery! Ashley and John are the dynamic duo that offers custom chain stitch embroidery for events and brands. With Ashley's vintage chain stitch machine from the 1960s, she embroiders the designs that John creates.

"The only motor in the machine is the one moving the needle up and down. If you love the quality of vintage bowler jackets or work shirts, it was most likely embroidered with a machine just like this one"

At today's market, Ashley will be adding a first or last name to any Local tote bag either from this season or a previous season for free! For more details, visit us at the The Local tent.

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