This Week At Eau Brink Studio.
We have spent quite a bit of time at The Barn in Long Sutton. Out with the old and in with lots of new items.
The shop has had another move around too. It looks much nicer now. Take a look at https://www.facebook.com/eaubrinkstudio/photos/rpp.269497663390302/974140412926020/?type=3&theater
The Christmas Fair season is almost upon us now. I cannot understand how we have got to Autumn already. So I am making items to sell at Wymondham which is at the end of this month, as well as other local fairs.
Do come and say hello if your in the area.
We will also be at the last Makit fair of this year which is one I have not yet manged to attend so thats exciting.
The new group is formed and we are full already. We are working towards our first exhibition in February as part of makers month. It is very exciting to meet the other members and see what they are all up to every month. We are working on improving our own practice in one area over the year so that visitors can see where our work takes us.
It is lovely to see what each member has accomplished since we last met. We also discus what is not going to plan and all members chip in with ideas to help move our work on.
Saturday 10 till 2.
Peggy will be at Eau Brink teaching her fabulous beaded decorations. This is the first of many planned and is aimed at beginners. However, if you fancy a refresher pop along to https://www.eaubrinkstudio.co.uk/event/beading-decoration-workshop/
Peggy takes us through the process of using beads without a loom which gives a bit more freedom with the designs once your used to it. Only £20.00 including materials and refreshments but not lunch.
At last the garden is getting its makeover. The hedge at the front has been trimmed so you can now see the house and the gate. Great for me as I now do not get attacked by brambles when going the front to fill up the bird feeders.
The big overgrown tree beside the studio has gone too. It was so huge I have plenty of logs to dry out for the fire. I love the smell of pine burning.
The geese have settled in and spend a great deal of time wondering around with the ducks. The chickens are moulting so no eggs at the moment.
And the sheep are just their normal happy hooligan selves. Getting near to tupping time for them.
I am sorry for the lack of pictures but for some reason I cannot get anything to load. I think it is my computer as I cannot also get my music to play.
Such is life.