5th Baguio Craft Fair Showcases Local Artisans and Handmade Crafts

The bustling City of Baguio hosted the 5th Baguio Craft Fair, a celebration of creativity and craftsmanship, last April 6 to April 7 at Brent Road, adjacent to Brent School. Organized by the Knitting Expedition, the fair offered a vibrant array of stalls offering handmade crafts, ranging from intricate bracelets to adorable plushies, as well as stylish bags and beautifully crocheted items.

Visitors of the fair found treasures trove of unique finds, with some stalls also selling craft supplies such as yarn and handmade paints. The event, which ran from 10 am to 7 pm on both days, offers free admission, made it accessible to all who wished to explore the world of handmade goods.

The primary goal of the Baguio Craft Fair was to promote and support local artisans and small businesses involved in the craft industry. By showcasing their talents and products, the fair aimed to raise awareness about the value of handmade goods and the importance of supporting local craftsmanship.

In addition to browsing the stalls, visitors were also able to participate in workshops offered during the fair. Workshops included a carve and print workshop and rubber-stamp carving, hosted by the artisans themselves. These workshops provided a hands-on experience, allowing participants to learn new skills and create their unique crafts.

The 5th Baguio Craft Fair was not just an event; it was a celebration of creativity, craftsmanship, and community. It was a chance to discover and appreciate the beauty of handmade goods and the stories behind them. | Christine Louise Sumbillo



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