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The last few months….

The last few months have been incredibly busy with organising Reveal as well as having a stand at the South Hill Park craft fair and setting up my shop. Looking back it’s been very successful. I’ve had great feedback, met some inspirational people (virtually and in the flesh) as well as selling a substantial […]

Reveal – Showcase of Christmas craft

Here are a few photos of Reveal November 2008. There was a wonderful range of craft which can still be seen on the website . Thanks to everyone who took part, it was a great week with many happy visitors. I Look forward to the next one. I’ve also uploaded some more photos to […]

Christmas Shop

I’ve been busy all day taking photos and adding items to my folksy shop. I’ve tried to have a variety of pieces on there but still have a few more to add. Will also be updating my etsy shop in the next few days. Hope you like it. You can see more at

Button pot update

Here are a few of the latest button pots I’ve been working on. It’s addictive, sewing buttons on pots. Having a lot of buttons and being indecisive isn’t the best combination but it’s relaxing in a odd way.

Local Shop…Local Roots

Yesterday i went to the beautiful market town of Abingdon, Oxfordshire to drop some work off with a shop called Local Roots.( They sell quality goods which have been produced within a 30 miles of the shop. Their ethos is to promote an ecological approach to retail, with much of the produce sourced from organic […]

Reveal the Christmas edition- Looking for exhibitors

I’m planning the second Reveal ( to take part from 23-29th november 2008. It will be in the Henley Exhibition Centre, Henley on Thames again. Getting excited about all the lovely items that will be on show just in time for Christmas. I’ll keep you updated but keep an eye on to who is […]

I love buttons too…

These are some brooches that i have been making. They are made from white earthenware clay and glazed with various coloured glazes. i’ve sewn the vintage buttons on after they have been glazed and fired. I’m addicted to making them, no two are the same which makes it much more interesting.