Tuesday, October 29, 2019 |
Our Winter Craft Fair offers the chance to meet a carefully-selected choice of crafters in a beautiful setting. It’s a popular annual event among those who enjoy finding an unusual gift exhibited by an interesting choice of traditional and contemporary makers.
From knitted items using wool from the crafters’ own flock of sheep to wallets made using recycled inner tubes, you’ll be sure to find inspiration. Before, or after, you pop into the Fair (located in our Coach House) enjoy a visit to our Farm Shop, Home store, Country Clothing, Giant Bike Shop and Bauble Barn; our cafes offer the chance for a welcome cup of tea and light lunch or book into our Restaurant.
The Winter Craft Fair is open 10am to 4pm Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 November. Admission £1pp (under 16s free).
Attending Crafters and Makers
One set of crafters for both days
Zukie Style – accessories for dogs.
Helen Whittle – felted pictures & small prints plus felted cards.
Heart Felt & Homely – textile gifts.
Jennifer Dawson, Long Jenn Silver –silver jewellery using recycled pieces & eco-silver.
Michelle Draycott – jointed & dressed hare dolls and greeting cards,
Sandra Johnston, The Painted Card – pen & watercolour cards, ceramics, prints & originals.
Jackie Norbury – contemporary household & decorative ceramics
Rachel White – Belts, wallets etc. made using recycled innter tubes etc.
Vivienne Graves – handmade cottages & beach huts made from driftwood & recycled items.
Trinity Forge – hand-forged metal.
Rose Black –lamp-work & semi-precious stone jewellery & gifts.
Fire Fly Designs – jewellery & gifts using mainly vintage china & organics embedded in resin .
Susan Fixter – wet-felted hats, scarves, bags etc.
Vicky Wilkinson – handmade glass jewellery, plates & decorations
Donna Evans – fused glass.
Tracey Eskrett –own design jewellery specialising in semi-precious.
Maureen Turner, LincWold Wools & Crafts – knitting yarn & items from own flock of sheep.
Amberwood –wooden gifts.
Ann Morley, The Cedar Room – conical peg bags, iPad cushions, doorstops etc.
Janet Hadley – handmade stoneware pottery
Fiona Savage – upcycled gifts & decorative items.
Penny Fitzmaurice – handmade lampshades & luxury cushions.
Valerie Fischer – handcrafted silver jewellery
Barbara Kendall – hand-worked aprons and bags.
Fionna Buck – small watercolours of botanicals and landscapes.
Bailey’s Botanical – soy candles, wax melts, liquid hand wash, tea lights and diffusers.
Emma Mayle – coloured fused glass jewellery and small interior items etc.
Pauline Defusto, Groovy Garden – wildlife homes, feeders etc. from re-purposed items.
Hannah Tullett – hand-quilled cards and framed art.
Val Letts – fabric boxes.
Kathryn Anne Rowe Illustrations – watercolour and ink illustrations of dogs and other animals
Jan Relf – botanical-themed artwork together with etched coasters.
Louise Donnelly – textile jewellery and accessories, inspired by nature.
Jemma Banks –illustrated prints, cards, gift tags, children’s books and fabric bunting.
Angie Smith, Oakdene Laser Crafts – wood and acrylic gifts and decorations.