• Hand turned bowls by James Laird
  • Crocheted items by Julie Smith
  • Quilted Items by Marcia Daugherty
  • Handmade jewelry by Patty Casella
  • Handmade Pillows by Sue Mackowski

Fall Craft ShowTHE 51st ANNUAL ERIE GUILD OF CRAFTSMEN FALL CRAFT SHOW IN 2024 will feature handmade items by the EGOC Members.
WHERE: Zem Zem Shrine Club
2525 West 38th Street Erie, PA 16506
WHEN: Saturday, October 19th 10am-5pm
and Sunday, October 20th 10am-4pm
$3/person ages 12+; under 12 is free.
Free Parking on site. Partial Proceeds benefited this year’s CHARITY: NWPA PROJECT LINUS Erie, PA

**To participate in the Fall Craft Show you MUST be an EGOC Member.  See the link below under:”Accepting New Members!”  to visit our Membership Page for contact details Membership Information
>NOTE: AFTER applying to become a member, please reach out to the ONLY POINT OF CONTACT for the Craft show: Craft Show Chairwoman, ROBIN KELLER: erieguildcraftshow@gmail.com

Accepting New Members!

Please come to  EGOC meeting in order to sign up to become a member.  Bring a few photos of your work/items you make as well to show.

MEETINGS:  We welcome new members & guests to come join us!  If you have been working on a craft/handmade item, bring it to our meetings for “Show & Tell”.  we enjoy seeing how crafters/artisans are “Keeping Crafting Alive”.

Meeting Dates for 2024-2025 Year:
General Membership Meeting dates the following Thursdays starting promptly at 7pm. The meeting is held at Glenwood Methodist Church 2931 Myrtle Street Erie, PA 16508 in the downstairs meeting room as follows:
9/5/2024 -guests welcome
10/3/2024 -guests welcome
11/7/2024 -guests welcome
12/5/2024 begins promptly at 6PM- FOR CURRENT MEMBERS ONLY CHRISTMAS DINNER (no guests at this meeting)
**Winter Break-no meetings January or February 2025**
3/6/2025 -guests welcome
4/3/2025 -guests welcome
5/1/2025 -Board Election meeting
LAST MEETING for the 2024-2025 Year:
6/5/2025 -guests welcome

2023 Craft Show Photos

See the photos here!

Featured EGOC Member

This featured artisan & Guild member is well known around the area, Steve Berlin who owns Kitchen Linen Company.  Steve makes handwoven kitchen towels, scarves, potholders and more.  When asked, Steve described how this all started for him: “I started weaving during the pandemic in 2021.  He works on an Ashford Rigid Heddle Loom and cotton from The Woolery.”

“As I turn from technology toward weaving, I’m amazed how much those two worlds share.  I started Kitchen Linen Company because I love making kitchen towels and other hand-woven textiles that are beautiful to look at, do their job well and are intended to be used every day.  I hope you enjoy them too.”