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Fine craft makers – enter the Made in the South Awards

Made in the South AwardsGarden & Gun Magazine is accepting entries for the 2014 Made in the South Awards contest. The competition encourages craft makers from around the South to submit items that are noteworthy and exceptional in the categories of food, drink, outdoors, style & design or home. Deadline to enter is August 1, 2014. Garden and Gun’s editors and a panel of expert judges will select one winning entry and several honorable mentions in each category. Their stories will appear in the Made in the South Awards feature article in the December 2014/January 2015 issue of the magazine. The overall winner will receive a $10,000 grand prize. South Carolina artists have fared well as winners or runners-up in previous competitions. In 2011, Williams Knife Company of Greenville was the overall winner. Other South Carolina artists recognized in previous competitions: 2013

2012 More information and the application form are available online. Image: Charred commode, Moran Woodworked Furniture. Photo by Tara Donne. Via: Garden & Gun Magazine

Enter Garden & Gun’s Made in the South Awards contest

Garden & Gun Magazine is accepting entries for the 2013 Made in the South Awards contest. The competition encourages craft makers from around the South to submit items that are noteworthy and exceptional in the categories of food, drink, outdoors, style & design or home. Deadline to enter is August 1, 2013. Garden and Gun's editors and a panel of expert judges will select one winning entry and several honorable mentions in each category. Their stories will appear in the Made in the South Awards feature article in the December 2013/January 2014 issue of the magazine, and each winner will receive a $500 cash prize. Christina Jervey Jewelry of Mt. Pleasant and silversmith Kaminer Haislip of Charleston were runners-up in the 2012 contest. Williams Knife Company of Greenville was the overall 2011 winner. More information and the application form are available online. Via: Garden & Gun Magazine