Over 80 crafters and artists were a part of the TV6 Spring Craft Show in Escanaba.
Woodwork seemed to be one of the most common products offered at this year's show, but for Patty LeBeau, metal is her specialty.
LeBeau has been a metal artist for the past three years, creating one-of-a-kind metal garden art. Some of her work, like the teal flower she had on display, can take up to an hour to make.
"I draw it out with chalk onto a sheet of metal, and I use my plasma cutter to cut it out, and I weld it together and then I paint it. I decided to do something a little bit different this year. Last year was a little more solid painting where this year is more shabby chic where it's a bit more rusted and painted," said Patty LeBeau, metal artist.
Up to three thousand people are expected to pass through the Ruth Butler Building. Anyone who did not get a chance to visit the craft show Saturday still has one more day left. Sunday, the doors open at 11 a.m.