who runs patchwork show?PATCHWORK Show founders, DELILAH SNELL and NICOLE STEVENSON produce events focusing on their strong convictions of empowering others with the skills and a forum to create and make a living making.
The aunt-and-niece team has firm ties to and a passion for the handmade craft and artisan food movement as well as encouraging small local businesses. They also produce CRAFTCATION: CONFERENCE FOR CREATIVE MAKERS & write about craft, food, small business and their adventures on their blog, DEAR HANDMADE LIFE. Delilah and Nicole have been featured in Bust Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, NBC, The Orange County Register, The OC Weekly, Apartment Therapy, Orange Coast Magazine, Make Magazine and The Ventura County Star.
DELILAH SNELL is a master food preserver, award winning lecturer on environmental education and food sustainability and owner of THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED STORE, a modern natural living and community education shop in Santa Ana, Ca. A staunch supporter of the local food movement, Delilah has worked closely with several local farms, non-profits and community groups in marketing, product development and event planning since 1998. Delilah has been featured in Sunset Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Grist and on The Fine Living Network, NBC and KCRW.
“There are so many creative people in EVERY city and town, not just in the big cities. You don’t have to go where the ‘cool’ is, it’s right in your own backyard.” –Delilah Snell