An installment of filming from the ACC's Northeast Region Craft Fair 6 in Bennington, Vermont, July 8-11, 1971. Filming commences with blacksmith Stephen Burnett discussing his wares and pricing with a fair goer. As their conversation dwindles, the filmmaker begins inteviewing Burnett. They notably discuss Burnett's experience as a blacksmith's apprentice, the way in which he came into blacksmithery, and his craft philosophy. After providing numerous examples of his work, and a demonstration of the creation of fork tines, the video shifts to his partner, Charles Berliner. With Linda Kramer as the interviewer, Berliner describes his past experience as a woodworker and cabinetmaker before describing his reproduction of a colonial period rush lamp. In the final segment of the video, sandalmaker Ken Onsa discusses and demonstrates the process of sandalmaking with Ms. Kramer. From inserting the arch and insole to beveling and burnishing the final product, Onsa gives the filmmaker a glimpse into the multi-stepped program of sandal construction.