He's made himself quite at home and immediately took a liking to my little gobbler, Grubs. The Mud Goblin has been pretty quiet about his name though and I still don't know what it is so maybe you all there can help me discover it! If you think you have a good guess as to his name, leave a suggestion here!
Steambaby: Never fear! The Fairy Market has things for K'nockers, Boggarts, Redcaps and even Orcs (and maybe a Barbarian named Wotan)! Mac McGowan of Steambaby makes some of the finest goggles, monocles and leatherwear available from the Pacific Northwest.
Samiah Clothing: If you have never seen the amazing quality and unique design of Samiah's clothes, you are missing out. She has an incredible style with brocades and velvets, crafting them into jackets, dresses, tailcoats and more.
Glass by Lais: This glass-blower, James, had some amazing and original work. I was personally a huge fan of his surreal flower garden but the comments seemed endless on his iridescent faerie wing pendants. He had some pretty popular little jars and hanging sconce vases as well (I think one went home with Lady Laume :)
Well my lovelies, that sums up the Winter Celebration for 2010. If you weren't there, don't be so square next year and start gearing up for the Summer Celebration!
Next up this Sunday the 7th of February is the Sweet Sorrows Show at Club Motor in Seattle, WA. This ought to prove to be a truly strange and macabre Valentine's market.
Fair wind and fair(y) weather, Vanya sulie my magic friends. Aerowynd Flightfeather, over and out!