So today was spent in a chilly village hall somewhere in Northamptonshire. Overall the day was good, but I did keep my coat on *note to self- do I need to buy some thermal undies for this craft fair malarkey?? Probably, especially if I am sat stitching at my stall all day.
Festive was the theme and Festive they got, with no sign of tinsel or glitter.
These are my ware's:
The odd fake bough ( I had to raid the christmas cupboard a month early for that one)
The odd extra large pine cone from French Camping holidays, they are always on show in our house :-) And some much admired felt 'paper chains'........
I did OK with the sales and thanks to the mass production I have gone into in recent weeks, I still have enough stock for the next fairs coming up. Time to clean and iron from now on I think. Thank you to my trusty followers for venturing into the windy depths of 'Another County'. X
The next City & Guilds course will be a full Certificate spread over one academic year. A more gentle introduction to creative design and colour together with the usual block of textile techniques and then a block of embroidery designing. Suitable for beginners with an interested in creative textiles.
I'm also hoping to run less formal courses for 10 weeks at a time. Be inspired and look at your identity as a person. This would be suitable for a beginner or experienced student. You can make an Art cloth or Art quilt.
October will also be a month for textiles at the Central Milton Keynes library! Bringing together students work over the last 4 years into an exciting exhibition and small workshops. Do get in contact with me if you are interested!
Creatively designing, making and teaching crafts in Milton Keynes, Bucks in the UK. Herding 3 lively children through life and
sharing that life with a long suffering husband. I often wish my name was Mrs Bean, but it's not :) Thanks for calling by.x