The Fair Alternative

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December 18, 2010 by Evin

Last weekend, I stopped in to The Fair Alternative in the Unitarian church on Princes Street to check out the lovely handmade items I could buy for someone this year. Locally made with skill and a bit of love, the stalls might even be some of your favorite Etsy shops!

Christmas in Cork City

Kooky Cute Crochet has her darling squishy soft creatures that are favorites among Pink Auction goers.

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Talented Annie Basteed is there with her hip Deco Dolls.

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Gina and her Devilish Designs bring a modern twist to useful and everyday objects, such as aprons, toss pillows, and much more.

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Christmas in Cork City

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