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  The Textile Arts Center, founded in 2009, is a resource for everyone interested in using textile art to foster their creativity. The TAC offers classes, workshops, residency programs, and special events for interested community members. We are thrilled to host a workshop with their team at the BUST Spring Craftacular. Join us in a tutorial on DIY lap loom weaving! Isa Rodrigues will be leading the workshop which starts at 4pm. This activity is kid-friendly!   Learn more about Textile Arts Center at... Read More
  I have had the worst relationship with deodorant. I've tried just about everything: lady brands, Mitchum, Degree, Old Spice; all of them were either too weak or put nasty stains on my clothes. I figured aluminum was the problem, as the active ingredient in antiperspirant is proven to leave gross marks, but even aluminum-free deodorants ruined my shirts. So I kept coming back to my old standard, Axe (it's fantastic deodorant, don't look at me like that), but my go-to deo didn't seem to do the trick either. After one too many stains, I decided to put internet recipes to the test. Read More
Hey girl, what's your sign? In this starry embroidery workshop lead by Jessica Marquez, maker behind Miniature Rhino and author of Stitched Gifts  from Chronicle Books, we'll make personalized zodiac constellations, and learn a handful of stellar stitches. $12 kit fee includes fabric constellation pattern, practice fabric, embroidery floss, needle, embroidery hoop, and a cotton bag for storing.  All signs are available, so you can pick your own sign or make a gift for someone you love. This is a fast, fun project open to all skill levels. Read More
Robin Enrico is known for his quirky comic Jam In The Band, a story about a sassy all-girl band named Pitch Girl. He is a talented artist born from the multifaceted world of music and DIY culture. We yearn for more comics like Robin’s. Here is a recent interview with this indie cartoonist: Dre: When I first saw your comic Jam In The Band online, I was really surprised to see your characters handling a flyer for a BUST magazine party. Could you please tell me why you decided to do that? Robin: That's actually based on a real flyer Christy Road did for Ladyfest East back in 2005. Read More
For seven years, the award-winning BUST Craftacular has presented folks around the world with some of the best handmade stuff out there. This year, we're setting up our festival in the gorgeous Brooklyn neighborhood DUMBO for an afternoon you won't wanna miss. We'll have over 120 vintage and handmade stalls, food trucks, a DJ booth courtesy of Onkyo Home Audio, raffles, and so much more. Read More
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