Cross Stitching is one of the oldest forms of embroidery there is. It’s a fun and easy craft that consists of making continuouslittle X’s to create a design. I have been cross stitching now for four years and it has become my absolute favorite! I got my start in it by trying to impress my boyfriend, and it turned into my hobby and passion. I taught myself to make my own patterns, so I could create works that I wanted, and just not the ideas of other people. I now want to share the fun of this craft, and my original designs with everyone so they too can enjoy it!
Cross Stitching with Caitlin is a two hour workshop that is being held at the Left Field Brewery. What’s better than sipping on a delicious beer while you craft!? You will receiveyour own personal kit that includes a cute, original design of your choice, and a beer! This course is great for both beginners and experienced stitchers. All are welcomed!
Cross Stitching is a fun, yet time consuming craft. Unless you are a super pro, you will not be able to finish your project during the course, but you will leave with all the knowledge and materials needed to complete it.
Men’s Market is a trade show event geared towards style-minded men in Toronto, a city known for its innovative style and trends. Our vendors will have you covered in the latest trends and fashions from head to toe. Explore Toronto’s old favourites and rising stars in style, fashion, food, drink and more.
Grab a bite to eat, have an ice cold beer, try your luck at the raffle table, and check out all the amazing vendors that will have you decked out and ready to take on a night out in Toronto! All net proceeds from this event will be going towards our two amazing charities: the Prostate Cancer Fight Foundation and George Brown Foundation.
Lost Craft Presents: THE LOST LOUNGE
Join us at Men’s Market for the first-ever Lost Lounge! Grab an ice cold beer, take a seat, and find your craft.
This event is 19 , please bring valid ID to show at the door.
In support of
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed men’s cancer in Canada. It affects one in seven men, their families and loved ones. Successful treatment depends on early detection. In the longer term, research into improved diagnosis, treatment and prevention will further improve our capacity to deal with this disease. Prostate Cancer Fight Foundation’s goal as an organization, and through the TELUS Ride For Dad, is to spread awareness and fund research for prostate cancer, so that men can continue to be there for their families and friends for years to come.
The George Brown College Foundation, established in 1984, is a separately incorporated registered charity that serves as the primary fundraising vehicle for the George Brown College. The Foundation is guided by a volunteer Board of Directors who support the College’s mandate of increasing accessibility to education by raising money to support student success through scholarships, bursaries and awards. The Foundation works to ensure that no student is denied a post-secondary education at George Brown College because of financial constraints.