Hooked Ontario coat of arms chair pad. Really nice!
Last year, I gushed about Supercrawl after taking in the full event from the comfort of the tent where I was helping as part of the Toronto Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef. Supercrawl this year was a whirlwind-- we had guests from Toronto who came to take in the event with us. By the time we had a leisurely chat and a few drinks on our front porch, Saturday afternoon had turned into Saturday night and we were tossed into the shark tank that is the grand finale of the mammoth annual event that includes art installations, food trucks galore and several A-list musical acts.
We made a big mistake taking our time, because Supercrawl is not something you can really take in in two hours on the final night. We found ourselves wandering in to Christ's Church Anglican Cathedral on James Street to catch our breaths. Being from Toronto, huge street fairs with food and cheap vendors (Supercrawl certainly had its share of these this year) are a dime a dozen. Rarer experiences are those you get in a historic building where you can share in a sense of quiet wonder with a large group of similarly awestruck folks amid the chaos of the outside world.