Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Wednesday, 5 December 2012
Thursday, 8 November 2012
Monday, 5 November 2012
We Make London is a creative organisation dedicated to supporting British designer-makers by offering them the opportunity to affordably sell and promote their work to a wider market through events and fairs dedicated to showcasing their work and, now, also through the new book
Inspired:London - A Guide to Handmade in London.
Founded by a group of like-minded designer-makers, We Make London is passionate about uniting buyers with designer-makers who offer something unique in today’s fast-paced, throw-away world of mass production.
In the current climate, price-conscious consumers are selective and deserve something special and the designer-makers of We Make London perfectly sum up this new mood in shopping.
We Make London fairs and events are now the showcase for the talents and crafts of the most exciting UK designers.
I am proud to say that I will be participating in this event on 10 November selling my designs - I hope people will come and buy my stuff, and that of my colleagues!!
Here is a map - the nearest underground station is LIVERPOOL STREET
Sunday, 2 September 2012
Victoria and Albert Museum
Art, Craft & Design - cross-overs and boundaries in the 21st Century
Friday, 6 July 2012
Monday, 2 July 2012
Arts and crafts fair in the garden at Red House, Iconic Arts and Crafts home of William Morris -- writer, artist, craftsman and socialist
Over the weekend of 14-15 July local craftsmen and women will be exhibiting and selling their own work. You can ask them all about it and take home something not found in the high street. You can also buy the distinctive Morris & Co textiles. With Red House as the backdrop it makes for a great day out.
Adult £2, National Trust members free.
I am delighted to say that I have been invited to exhibit and sell my own knitwear at this fair. Here are some examples of my work - these are two of my new line of Opera Shawls, Mimi and the Queen of the Night -