Fairs Galore for Eau Brink Studio during September right from the start.
First off was the Rainbow Fair at Downham Market.
Whilst there I spent time demonstrating how to make peg bags. Many customers were interested in the cone shaped peg bags asking about the different processes involved in the making of them.
It was a great day full of music and laughter.
On Monday the textile exhibition started at Wymondham and runs until Sunday 16th of September. Set up in the Arts Center at the bottom end of the town.
There are many artists showcasing their textiles including the King’s Lynn Embroidery Guild. The work there is stunning with a wide variety of items for sale. Well worth a visit.
Sunday the 9th was also the towns Vintage day and we had great fun listening to the old music and looking at the vintage vehicles. Many people look fabulous as they wore vintage clothing for the event. It was a very busy day for everyone.
Coming up on from Friday the 14th is The Handmade Fair at Hampton court Palace. I am really looking forward to this on as I love Hampton Court Palace. We will be setting up on Thursday ready for the Friday Morning start. There will be two large shopping villages set up. One for handmade items for your home. Fabrics and other items will be in there too.
The second will be full of lovely foods and drinks. Very hard to resist.
Whats great is that there are several of us from Norfolk going so we can support each other during the show. I also know that there is a coach full of people going from Norwich. looking forward to seeing you all.
If your planning on going I can help you with a free ticket. Just follow this link https://bit.ly/2MWKRB2 and you can register for a ticket to print off. They are limited so it is first come first served. I have already sent this link to others so don’t miss out.
New mug and coaster sets have arrived.
Some of you may recognise this design as it is the Fungi design we worked on from the Maggie Grey Wow book during our Experimental Wednesday.
There is one other design at the moment which is taken from the pictures using Xpandaprint and Scolabrush.
They do both compliment each other.