As well as some of my cushions, Trudy at Home & Garden in Fakenham, has taken a pair of chairs that I have reclaimed and up-cycled to sell in her shop. I’m super excited to be working with Trudy. If you are in the area, go and take a look at her lovely shop and see some of my work at the same time.
I am delighted to have my cushions on sale in the beautiful ‘Home & Garden’ here in Fakenham. Not only is the shop new to Fakenham, so are Trudy and her husband. So if you are in the area, do pop in and show your support. 🙂
When it come to customer orders, I’m always nervous about starting them because it is so easy to make a mistake with block printing as my block can easily placed down half a turn out! As hand block printing is uneven anyway I am extra sensitive to that too.
Wow, I never would have believed it. Saturday was fantastic. I had a great time chatting to people who came to my open studio to see my new range of textiles. If you missed the event, I always welcome visitors so come on over. I made quite a few sales and got lots of positive feed back for my work. I’m very excited and have beet tops in a pan as I speak and I’m looking forward to seeing what colour dye I can get from them.
Here’s an over view of the day for those who didn’t make it.
There’s still time to go to the Artisans Market at Fabulous Frames, Norwich. Ten local artists including myself are taking part. Open until Saturday.
Special orders taken for my lovely, hand printed soft furnishings, these were made with recycled vintage cotton, choose your colour and design!
This photo is one taken for me by my lovely husband Keith in the photo shoot he did for me this week.