Christine’s Cookies

Handmade Pacifica returns for a second year, and among the vendors will be Christine’s Cookies.

During the difficult days of the pandemic lockdown in 2020-21 creativity flourished in households throughout the world. The stay-at-home order led many people to fill the hours making things with their hands, whether it was sourdough bread, paintings or some other craft.

For skilled artisans who sell their products at fairs and community events, the period of isolation meant an opportunity to increase their inventory but also a lack of occasions to connect with customers and peers.

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