By Zoi Walker
Published: August 7
Updated: August 07, 2020
Many of Utah’s favorite summer events have been canceled due to COVID-19, but Craft Lake City isn’t letting the pandemic ruin its 12th annual DIY Festival — instead pivoting to an online format open to shoppers around the world.
It will feature work by more than 240 Utah-based artisans — selling handmade paintings, pottery, jewelry, home decor, enamel pins, soap and skin care products, among other things.
Engineers, specialty food creators, performers and vintage vendors — who upcycle or recycle clothing — are among the creatives in the event, billed as the state’s largest locally focused arts festival and presented by Harmons.