Featured Artist: Hurley Sashimi
Dianne Que, San Francisco CA
What will you be selling at Vagabond? Dianne will be selling her line of chunky, adventurous,
hand-crocheted accessories along with original photo prints.
When and where did you learn your craft? My great-grandmother taught me to crochet when I was a mere tween.
I made a couple crooked scarves (err…masterpieces) before laying down the
crochet hook in defeat. It wasn’t until after I graduated from college that I
re-discovered my initial fascination with yarn.
What makes your product stand out?
My pieces are not your ordinary hats and scarves. They’re bold,
chunky, and add an extra bit of flare/quirk to your personal style. The
“Beekeeper” (a unique hooded cowl) has been featured on the front
page of Etsy, Poppytalk Handmade, and in the STORQUE blog. Perfect for city
dwellers and suburban fashionistas alike!
Dianne’s website: http://hurleysashimi.etsy.com
Want to get your hands on some amazing pieces by Hurley Sashimi?
Be sure to come out to the Vagabond Indie Craft Fair on Sunday October 16th from 11-5!
Become a fan on Facebook to get the latest updates about Vagabond~ and invite your friends!
Sat. and Sun. October 15th and 16th at URBAN BAZAAR
1371 9th Ave., San Francisco CA (415) 664.4422