Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Introducing our Stall Holders for September 3rd


  Fantasy Altered Art by Amanda Howard.  



Kitty's

Jaquie has a fabulous selection of vintage collectables and furniture, together with some lovely handmade items.



Dandelion Days

Jo will be here again with her vintage furniture, textiles and kitchenalia.




Stephen and Judy will, again, have a lovely display of their 
vintage items to tempt you.




Suzie uses her collection of vintage fabrics to make covetable bags. This is her second Kitsch and Stitch fair.



Love Nest

Julie-Ann will be back with her delectable 
handmade cushions, hearts and more..




Gillian and Kirsty are back with their handmade
 textile accessories and one-off pieces.



Teeny Tiny House

We are pleased to have Lucy back again with her 
delightful handmade gifts.




Her first time at the fair, Kate Tullet is a Textiles artist.




Marti's work includes bespoke handmade quilts, 
bags, cushions and pictures. New to the fair, Marti recycles fabrics 
and materials that she has been 
actively sourcing and collecting for many years.



A Day In Provence

Shirley-Ann brings her individual range of
 hand-made and vintage items back to Kitsch and Stitch




Mary-Jean and Linda return with their 
eclectic mix of vintage treasures and clothing.




Their first time at the Fair, Andrew and Marilyn 
design and make bunting, cushions and accessories.




Mandi makes a range of vintage inspired cards, collages
 and lovely crocheted throws and cushions.




The 'Kitsch'  co-organiser of the fair, Linda, will have an 
eclectic mix of vintage and handmade items on her stall.




Fair Co-organiser Debs, the 'Stitch'-er, uses a 
mix of vintage and new fabrics to make her
soft furnishings, home accessories and gifts.



 Jane Bourne is returning with her beautiful scarves, wraps and mufflers, 
 sewn as swirls of colour and texture 
and stitched as cascades of threads and fabrics.



Lizzie Bloom is back! Lizzie creates lovely handmade accessories 
from remnants of couture tweeds and liberty prints. 




Claudia Benson is a Textile Designer 
making beautiful things using felt, thread, yarns. 
It is her first Kitsch and Stitch Fair.



6 comments:

  1. Thanks Sally - hope to see you there!

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  2. Hi Debs and Linda

    It looks like it's going to be another great fair - thanks for finding my blog. I have at last got it sorted and done my first post! (Thanks goodness for teenage daughters who can do anything at the click of a button). Look forward to seeing you in September - enjoy the summer hols.
    Best wishes
    Suzie

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  3. We are looking forward to seeing you again Suzie. I can hear your sewing machine whirring away making lots of lovely things!

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  4. Not long now!!!! Really looking forward to it ladies. x

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  5. We, too, Amanda. Panic beginning to set in now.....
    See you in soon!

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