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Jewelry with spirit at Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design

Tasha Matthews, left, jewelry artist and owner of Tasha Grace Designs, shows Jenni MacLean, from the Gaelic College in St. Anns, one of her favourite pieces at the Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design in Sydney on Thursday. The Cape Breton Centre was hosting its fifth annual Craft Connect Buyers’ Market in the centre’s loft, an opportunity for retailers around the island to purchase Cape Breton handmade products for their stores and gift shops. A total of 12 professional craft producers participated. Matthews, who describes her jewelry as "handmade pieces that look like poetry," said this is her favourite piece, as it's the best expression she has made of spirit so far. Sharon Montgomery-Dupe/Cape Breton Post
Tasha Matthews, left, jewelry artist and owner of Tasha Grace Designs, shows Jenni MacLean, from the Gaelic College in St. Anns, one of her favourite pieces at the Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design in Sydney on Thursday. The Cape Breton Centre was hosting its fifth annual Craft Connect Buyers’ Market in the centre’s loft, an opportunity for retailers around the island to purchase Cape Breton handmade products for their stores and gift shops. A total of 12 professional craft producers participated. Matthews, who describes her jewelry as "handmade pieces that look like poetry," said this is her favourite piece, as it's the best expression she has made of spirit so far. Sharon Montgomery-Dupe/Cape Breton Post
SYDNEY, N.S. —

The Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design was hosting its fifth annual Craft Connect Buyers’ Market in the centre’s loft, an opportunity for retailers around the island to purchase Cape Breton handmade products for their stores and gift shops.

A total of 12 professional craft producers participated.

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