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Be My Valentine Events

Make sure to check out our events page for our full workshop schedule. We currently have two wonderful workshops available for Saturday, February 15. Both workshops are open to students 13 & up, which make them a great parent and child to-do. We will also be hosting two artisans in our shop for special Valentine’s events, both New Fangled Confections and Meg Catherine Flowers will be on hand for all your romantic (and just plain pretty) gift giving needs!

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Mass Ave Gets Modern

Here ye, here ye it is by royal decree that we shall open our doors for business tomorrow, Saturday, February 1, 2014. It has been a long and hectic journey, but we finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Our fixtures are in place, shelves are being mounted, floors mopped and hopefully soon we will begin to arrange our wonderful displays featuring our amazing artists. Come in and see our progress and don’t forget to join us for our Grand Opening celebration Friday, March 7!







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Homespun: Workshops & Gallery Fixture and Art Supply Sale

Homespun: Workshops & Gallery Fixture and Art Supply Sale
Saturday, May 11th
10am-2pm
206 S Audubon Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46219

We will be having a huge sale of art supplies and fixtures at the Homespun: Workshops & Gallery (206 S Audubon). We’ll have lots of stuff for sale at cheap prices, so stop by and help us clear out our classroom space. Our event coincides with the Celebrate Irvington festivities, there will be food trucks, arts and crafts, live music, an alternative gift fair, and other happenings along Washington and Audubon streets.

Please note the sale is at our workshop space, 206 South Audubon Road NOT our retail store space on 5624 East Washington Street. Homespun: Modern Handmade our retail store is doing quite well, is not closing and welcomes you to visit during store hours! Thank you.

-Flat Files
-Baker’s Racks
-IKEA Klippan Couches
-IKEA Expedit Shelving
-Retail Store Fixtures
-Kid’s Art Table & Chairs
-Paints & Paint Supplies
-Markers & Crayons
-Decorative Paper
-Screen Printing Supplies
-Prismacolor Pencils
-Micron Pens
-Sketchbooks
-Yarn
-Easels
-Calligraphy Supplies
-Photo (Film) Supplies
-And More!

Cash preferred. No personal checks.

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Zooguu

Maker: Jen Gubicza
Based in: Beverly, MA
Price range: $15 to $90
Website: Zooguu.com

What medium do you work in primarily?
To hear her tell it, Jen Gubicza has the best. Job. Ever. “I spend my days transforming fabric into friends,” she says.

Gubicza’s company, Zooguu, sells round plush animals and monsters in all different sizes. “Before I made stuffed animals full-time I was a graphic designer for ten-plus years at a company that focused on design for kids and families,” she says. “I created logos, web sites and toy packaging, and now I use those skills for Zooguu. My husband Brian is an illustrator, and many years ago I made a plush version of one of his sketches. After making the first one, I was hooked and needed to make more. People also wanted to buy them, so luckily that worked out in my favor.”

Gubicza works side by side with her husband, Brian, who works as an illustrator and cuts all of the fabric for Zooguu.

Fun Facts: We live near the ocean, so we like to go on relaxing walks. We also enjoy watching movies and playing LEGO video games.

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We’ve Got More On the Floor!

If you’ve been into the shop lately you’ve noticed that things look different. A little fuller, a little less…couch-y. After struggling to find room for all of the awesome artists we want to feature we chanced upon some retail fixtures that worked with the store’s design. So we decided to remove the couch and the end tables that faced the cash register. While we were at it we pulled out the round mid-century Modern table that lived under the hats and hair accessories. Then we thought, what the hey, we’re opening a workshop soon so let’s get those steel work tables out now in favor of something that frames these awesome objects better.

The fixtures really transformed the center of the store and allow us to feature many more objects from many more makers. Stop in and let us know what you think!

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