Tuesday, 27 November 2012

And the stall holders for the Christmas Fair are........


Now and Then Vintage
Adrienne Fitzwilliam
Lots of lovely vintage bits and pieces, linens and 
handmade textile products. her stall is always a delight!


Deborah Good
Handmade home accessories and gifts in vintage and 
reworked fabrics, linens and lace.
Lovely ideas for unique Christmas presents.

Jocelyn Tilbrook
Vintage china and kitchenalia
Pretty-fi your Christmas table with purchases from Jocelyn.

An eclectic mix of vintage and handmade pieces.
Suzie's vintage fabric covered notebooks are a brilliant gift idea.

Friends of the Hospice in the Weald
After all your shopping, sit down and relax with a cup of tea or coffee and 
a delicious cake, or two!
Seasonal goodies will be on offer too -
spiced punch and minced pies - yum!
All made and donated by the 'Friends' and sold in aid of
The Hospice in the Weald'

Mandi Withycombe
Snuggle up in one of Mandi's crocheted throws, keep your hands warm in her
pretty knitted mitts and pop a picture in her upcycled frames.

Sally and Hannah Miller
Always a delight - you never know what is going to appear on 
Sally's stall and there is always something you will want to go away with.
Vintage handbags and purses, linens, and fashion are amongst the favourites.

Antoinette Luckhurst Jewellery
Antoinette designs and makes her gorgeous jewellery
from silver and copper. The pieces are ideal for special presents.

Janie Boyle
Janie's stall is always crammed full of vintage fabrics -
fat quarters and patchwork packs.
Vintage buttons, threads and trimmings too.
A great stall for crafters!

Home Front Vintage
Sara Jane Murray
 Delightfully quirky, and unique. handmade decorative items
all made by Sara Jane from vintage ephemera.

Dragonfly Arts
Gilly Cranwell
 Gilly sources pretty sea tumbled china fragments and
old beads to produce her lovely art work.


Marti Murchison
Marti's stall is always so pretty. She has such a good eye for
choosing vintage linens and fabrics to display alonside her
beautiful hand embroidered handmade pieces.

Maygreen Fairies
Amanda Howard
I hope Amanda has plenty of new stock after her
successful time at the Wealden Mid-Winter Fair
last week!
Delightful altered art imagery on cards, brooches
sachets and cushions - all make lovely presents.

Kitty's
Jacquie Robinson
Jacquie will be bringing along her eclectic range of china and kitchenalia
together with her very successful handmade cards.
She will write personalised cards for you to purchase at the fair.


House Martin
Keeley Martin
Keeley hand embroiders and appliqu├ęs the fabulous
pictures and decorative items she has for sale.
Pretty and colourful with some pocket money prices, Keeley's stall
is a must visit for your children.


Tilly Rose Vintage
Justine Rickard
Upcycled, prettily painted small furniture, vintage china sets
and collectables will tempt you to buy some unique presents,
to give, or keep all for yourself!

Freebird Collectables
Sue Daniels
 Sue always has a fabulous range of vintage treasures
and small pieces of furniture. She has an eye for the unusual,
yet covetable pieces. I'm sure you'll be tempted!


Also...
two new stalls to Kitsch and Stitch


Seren Welch.

Seren will be bringing along a range of vintage gardenalia,
 handmade sewing kits and a lovely selection
of handmade scented sachets and gifts.
Seren has a good eye so I'm looking
forward to seeing her stall in all it's loveliness.


and on the landing (so I hope it's not too cold) is

Tracey Beard

Tracey makes seasonal wreaths and floral decorations
and sells them alongside her vintage collectables.


SEE YOU THERE ON SATURDAY
1ST DECEMBER
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FREE ENTRY - REMEMBER!







1 comment:

  1. I'll be there, purse in hand, coins chinkling, eyes twinkling!

    Have a fab day Debs.

    LLX

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