Support your local maker at the upcoming Patchwork Show: Modern Makers Festival next Sunday, November 13, in Long Beach. Now in its 14th year, this festival celebrating creativity, local shopping, and community should be of great interest to Long Beach locals.


Patchwork Show: Modern Makers Festival

Long Beach Patchwork Show is the largest of the Modern Makers Festivals, showcasing handmade and independent goods from 200+ local makers, crafters, junior entrepreneurs, designers, and food artisans alongside 10+ food trucks and crafting stations. 

This exciting local event is family-friendly, waterfront location, dog-friendly, complimentary bike valet and parking shuttle, and FREE to attend!

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About Patchwork Show

Shop handmade and local goods from 100+ makers at Patchwork Show in Northern and Southern California. FREE to attend, family-friendly, and pet friendly! Shows feature booths from local makers, a Patchwork Junior section showcasing young creatives, music, food, DIY craft activities, and more!

Over the years, Patchwork has grown from a small parking lot craft fair into multiple location  street festivals. Each location is as unique as the venue and showcases different makers and collaborations that reflect the local environment and community.

Fall 2022 Patchwork Show Locations

  • Tustin, California – November 6, 2022, at Old Town Tustin in Tustin, CA
  • Long Beach, California – November 13, 2022, at Marine Stadium in Long Beach, CA
  • Oakland, California – November 19, 2022, at Jack London Square in Oakland, CA
  • Santa Rosa, California – November 27, 2022, at Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa, CA
  • Ventura, California – December 11, 2022, at Downtown Ventura in Ventura, CA

Long Beach Stuff

It’s no secret that Long Beach has some great activities for all ages to enjoy. Thankfully, Long Beach Stuff is here to help you find the hidden gems, like the Patchwork Show in Long Beach. 

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