Wishing you a happy new year for 2019
What does that mean to you?
For me it is the end of a spectacular year of new experiences, as well as making new friends.
I have grown personally and my business has grown thanks to you guys.
I have attended many fairs, taught at groups, clubs and schools. From each of them I have learnt something ready for the next one.
The studio workshops have been amazing with amazing learners returning again and again. I feel very lucky to be able to consider many of you as friends.
No all of the workshops have been successful due to the lack of numbers booking onto them but that does not mean that I will not try again in the new year.
I do take note of what I am asked for by everyone. Unfortunately I do need a minimum amount of learners if I am paying another artist to teach the workshop and if I cannot book enough in then it does have to be cancelled.
2019 will be a year of me producing more of my own work rather than just workshops and popular items to sell. I hope that you will like it. It may be at times traditional but mainly it will be mixed media as I like to see how I can push the boundaries with products.
I am looking forward to helping the King’s Lynn Embroiderers Guild to grow so do watch out for us in King’s Lynn. If you would like to come along to our meetings we will be at Knights Hill in the pubs meeting room. On the last Wednesday of each month from 19.30. You do not have to be a great sewer as the aim of the guild is to encourage and teach.
I will be stepping down from the St Germans Ladies committee in January but will remain a member. I hope the new committee continue to grow the group as it is great.
The shop will be up and running at Long Sutton Craft Barn in Early January so do come along and see whats on offer.
I will be teaching workshops at The Silverwood Centre also in Long Sutton commencing in January. Regular workshops include Creative Stitching using your sewing machine, Shibori style dyeing and Lampshade making. There are other items being taught at the centre so go along and take a look. I can highly recommend the tea shop. I love the bacon and brie sandwiches.
Get In touch
If you have any ideas for your development then get in touch on 01553 762115, firstname.lastname@example.org or just pop in and see me. Kettle is always on.
Thank you for being part of my wonderful life. Wishing everyone of you reading this a very happy new year.