Thursday, 17 February 2011

Meet our stall holders.

The Kitsch and Stitch Fair is now fully booked.

We have been overwhelmed by the response and by the standard of the applicants. 
Linda and I are so looking forward to meeting everyone, putting faces to the names and to seeing their wonderful array of handmade products and vintage treasures.

You can have a sneaky peak now, too......

 Just click on the links below to meet some of our stall holders.

Melissa Waudby sells pretty vintage teacup candles, 
vintage trimming, ribbons and button jars, and much more...

I can't wait to see Kirsty and Gillian's beautiful handmade items -
brooches, bags, scarves and decorations.

Mary-Jean and Linda sell genuine vintage clothing and jewellery, 
vintage textiles and haberdashery.

Stephen and Judy have an eclectic mix of vintage items, 
from toys to textiles and crockery to curtains!

Nicky makes fabulous children's clothing in bright, funky fabrics.
She will also be selling her husband's hand turned wooden pens.

Happy Hampers
Pippa and Stella are proud runners-up in the
 Country Homes & Interior's "Run Your Own Rural Business" competition 2010.




Also attending:


Suzie Sharpe
Handmade cushions and covered notebooks in vintage fabrics;
together with vintage home-wares and costume jewellery.

Teeny Tiny House
Lucy Boston makes pretty brooches and corsages,
 purses, bags, cushions and fabric pictures.

Karen Francis
I love Karen's work....
 Her hand painted silk cushions, scarves
sleep masks and pictures are lovely.




Has the selection of stalls above whet your appetite?
Then come along to the


to see all these and more!

Details of other stall holders will be posted soon!



3 comments:

  1. good luck with your fair- it looks like its going to be fabulous!
    xx

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  2. Thank you! Already I love you guys. Why cos my hubs is Ted and I'm Pia. Pia that's an unusual name yes it's Pitman's for ....

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  3. just found this blog.. love that sidebar! Lizzie

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