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2024!!

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The dates are out for my 2024 Craft Fairs.

I am attending some new fairs this year and have been invited to Staunton Harold Artisan fair!  I am really excited at attending this fair as they only invite Artisan Artist!! Please see front page for details.

 

I am also starting beginners craft courses.  These are short courses called 'All that fabric' and will introduce all different types of crafts using fabric (plus a few using other materials). 

 

The lessons are two hours per week, on Monday afternoons over six weeks and will be base in Weston On Trent Village Hall, starting on 11th March.  This is the Spring session and items relating to Spring will be included.

If you haven't already contact me to book a space as I am nearly full!

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Once my little pictures are sold that is it!! Although I keep a picture of each one, they are quite small and you cannot see all the details of the stitches. I recently met a guy at one of the fairs and he said I should have prints taken of my work! He suggested that I visit his workshop and see what he could produce for me.


So I took the plunge and took a visit to his studio. He explained how it all worked and made a print of one of my little pictures. The quality was amazing! It is rather a long process as the embroidery has to be photographed, then he messes about with them on the computer to get the best look. Once I have agreed to the final picture they are ready for printing.


His studio is quite away from where I live and it is quite expensive to get the pictures ready for printing! Not forgetting the actual cost of the printing card and inks! But, I think they are worth every penny. You can now own one of my little pictures as a print and they make ideal gifts for loved ones.

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