Studio Sale: Books, crafts, and contests!

[ 1 ] April 28, 2007 |

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I’ve been a fan of Rag & Bone Bindery since I got my first handmade book from Jason in 1990. I met Jason and Ilira (owners of Rag & Bone Bindery) at an Oxfam Benefit Craft Show in Boston, where we were selling our crafts. I traded one of my coffee cup T-shirts for one of Jason’s handmade journals. We never thought years later we’d be neighbors in Providence, with kids the same age.

Rag & Bone sets the standard for beautiful, handmade books and keeps alive the world of journalling. From handmade journals to wedding albums to baby books – they make them all in their Pawtucket studio with their well trained crew. Rag & Bone Bindery sells their books and albums in many stores across the country and direct from their website.

You’re invited to the Rag & Bone Studio and Sale this weekend. Discover their books and shop from new and discontinued items. Find out more about this event from Jason at Rag & Bone.

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Kidoinfo is proud to announce we are sponsoring the kids crafts this year at the studio sale. While you shop, your kids can make a paper craft. This is a FREE family-friendly event for kids of all ages.

Remember Mother’s Day is May 13. The studio sale is a great time to buy a gift for a mom while your kids make a handmade card. You can also register to win a Kidoinfo T-shirt or a Rag & Bone book.

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Rag & Bone Bindery – 1088 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860. (401) 728-0762.
Saturday, April 28, 2007
10 am – 4 pm. Studio Sale
11 am – 1 pm. Kidoinfo Crafts

Category: books / stories, crafts, free / cheap, special events


Anisa Raoof

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Anisa Raoof is the publisher of Kidoinfo.com. She combines being a mom with her experience as an artist, designer, psych researcher and former co-director of the Providence Craft Show to create the go-to spot for families in Rhode Island and beyond. She loves using social media to connect parents with family-related businesses and services and promoting ways for parents to engage offline with their kids. Anisa believes in the power of working together and loves to find ways to collaborate with others. An online enthusiast, still likes to unplug often by reading books and magazines, drawing, learning to knit, making pop-up books with her two sons and listening to records with her husband.

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  1. Marta Iachetta says:

    We’ve been before and it is so much fun! The albums and books are beautiful (I have three) and the space is so child-friendly that bringing your child(ren) and doing a craft makes the shopping all the more fun. The prices of the seconds/discontinued are surprisingly affordable and the new books are well worth the splurge. Even if you just go to browse, it is a fun way to spend some time with both your children and lovely people.

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