In my last post I mentioned an up coming Craft Fair, and I thought you’d like to know a little more about it. I appreciate quite a lot of you live a little too far away to pop over to say hello, but if you are in Norfolk it would be lovely to see you! Kit and I are going to be at How Hill on the Norfolk Broads, sharing a stall at a new Craft Fair which is part of the How Hill Open Day. It’s during half term on October 31st; £3 entrance fee but it’s free for children and Friends of How Hill. The gardens will be open and there will also be cake, plant and produce stalls and a raffle. It’s a beautiful place to visit, and has been described as ‘the Broads in microcosm’…
Taking part in the Craft Fair will be:
- Guy Allen – Etchings
- Sue Andrews – Traditional woven baskets
- Sandra Beech – Silks and Velvets
- Ally Bradnock – Graphic Prints
- Kim Cowley – Felt
- Martin Cowley – Potter
- Heather Hasthorpe & Cindy Cogan – Embroidery and Textile Art
- Ann Nickerson – Alpaca yarn, fleece and felt.
- The Norfolk County Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers
- Polly Plowman – Buttons (Polly gives talks on the history of buttons)
- John Simpson – Woodturning
- Felicity Withers of Blue Shed Beads – lampwork beads…
as finally me, as Planet Penny, and Kit Calladine with her lino prints and cards.
I will be taking along my needlefelt robins as well as a selection of other pieces, plus yarn packs kits and patterns. I hope this has whetted your appetite, we look forward to seeing you there!