I shall be joining a host of other crafters selling their work at Blackthorpe Barn on the weekend of the 24th & 25th November 2018. My most recent pieces inspired by the medieval art adorning St Edmund’s Parish Church, Southwold will be available.
If you are within striking distance of Bury St Edmunds turn off the A14 and come and see all the great work on display . . . . And, say hello!
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Well, I’d love to say ‘hello’, but instead I’ll be singing at a similar event in Ripon. If you ever fancy peddling your wares up our way, the Ripon Cathedral http://riponcathedral.info/event/christmasgiftfair/ always has good quality stuff. Hope you have a highly successful day!
And, hope you have a jolly, musical time. Yes I see that more and more cathedrals are having these kind of events. Apparently Ely is a good one too. I must investigate, thanks for the info.
Have a successful day, sorry I can’t be there.
Thank you. I expect there’s some good ones in London at this time of year.
I hope you’ll write about the experience and I wish I could meet you and see your work in person!
Ah that is so nice of you to say. The Internet makes the world feel so much smaller, but in reality we are dotted round the globe thousands of miles away from each other. Still it is a step in the right direction to be able to share online isn’t it?
Yes, I am sure of it. It is not easy to find like-minded people out of the random assortment who happen to live near you, no matter what your interests might be, and the world has really opened up for me with the internet, no question. Best of luck at the show!
Yes, I agree with your ‘random assortment’ assessment! Thanks for you wishes – I had a good weekend at the show better than last year.
Oh, that is great to hear. As a show veteran, I understand that you have “to play in order to win” in the immortal words of our local lottery, and so if you are there and things don’t go well, you can always remind yourself that you had to try or there would be NO results…but…it is better when when things go well and your work is well received. Glad things went the second route!