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48th annual PEI Crafts Council Crafts Fair

PEICraftsCouncilCraftsFair3.jpgThe Confederation Centre of the arts is being transformed today. People who have been creating prints and pottery, jewellry to specialty foods... are moving in. Tomorrow the 48th annual PEI Crafts Council Crafts Fair begins. The craft fair and the nature of the business have changed a lot over the years. Karen Mair met up with two artisans who represent some of those changes. Potter Suzanne Scott has been raising the council's profile through social media. And woodworker Joe McAskill has expanded the family's woodworking business to include a craftstore showcasing a variety of crafts.

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