PITTSBURGH —– Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Block Northway is hosting another I Made It Mine! Craft Market. If the last nomadic indie craft marketplace was any indication, prepare to be impressed! It all takes place at The Block Northway on Saturday, February 4 from Noon to 5:00 pm. I Made It! Mine, will bring over 100 craftiest and most creative artists for their signature shopping event, to The Block Northway’s South Corridor, located at 8013 McKnight Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 between Lands’ End and DSW.

“This family-friendly one-day pop-up marketplace offers a diverse mix of high-quality creations and is a February tradition for our community and guests to browse, shop and enjoy,” said Jamie Pavlot, Director of Experience. “While shopping the market, we invite guests to experience the variety of shops and eateries throughout The Block.”

Guests will recognize some artists from I Made It! Market’s event in December. To add to the experience Wigle Whiskey will offer for sale “Cider Pours” while guests walk around. And check out Boyd & Blair’s “Vodka Cocktails and Bottle sales”. In addition to offering a craft marketplace, I Made It! Market has invited our Farmer’s Market vendors to participate, and they will be interspersed throughout the market.

“I Made It! Market is excited to be back at The Block Northway for a very sweet handmade marketplace,” said Carrie Nardini, Director of IMIM. “Every year close to Valentine’s Day we gather at The Block to show off the amazing handmade goodies our artists have created as the perfect gifts for your Valentine. We will have coffee, sweets, delicious food, and more than 100 local artisans with items ideal for gifting to anyone you’d like to give a little lift to: teachers, friends, family, neighbors, and anyone who could use a sweet treat.” Find a listing of our artists here.

Shoppers can expect to find a juried mix of exclusively handmade products, including 2-D art, clothing and toys for infants and children, bath and body products, ceramics, fiber art, glass art, homewares, jewelry, leather goods, pop culture and fandom gifts, pet treats and gifts, and wooden wares. Ready to eat and packaged food and beverages will also be available. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. Individually priced hands-on activities will be available for children.