Crafters and artists gathered in the Anthill Fabric Gallery in Gorordo Avenue, Lahug last weekend because of the Mini Maker's Market that took place from October 25 to 26, 10 AM-6 PM.
Anthill Gallery is promoting a communal spirit among Filipino artisans, and aims at “bringing into one nest ingenuity, fashion, culture, advocacy and art showcasing Filipino hand loomed fabrics and its contemporary application to every day essentials”.
Handcrafters showed their beautiful 100% Filipino products: the lovely dolls, jewels, and bags to admire (and buy!) that were made by underprivileged women to help them make a proper living for their family.
Christmas is looming, so this market's a good opportunity to buy quality presents and support Pinoy art at the same time!
The artists shared their passion in workshops on Basic Needle Felting, DIY fabric bouquets, brush calligraphy, paper flowers, cards making, and handmade books making. The best part? Entrance was free! You may visit https://www.facebook.com/AnthillFabricGallery for more relevant info about this one-of-a-kind event.