If you like things like these, come and say hello and have a good rummage in person. Feel the bumps of lace, trace precise straight lines with your finger nail, pinch the pointy end of the birdy beaks, and ask me, "Exactly how long does it take to embroider that?"
All of these goodies and I will be at St Clements Church in Chorlton, Manchester on Saturday 27th November; 11am - 4pm, as part of Chorlton Arts Festival's Christmas Market.
It's a lovely place and they do make a nice cup of tea. See if you can get your (here it comes - deep breath) *Christmas shopping* out of the way nice and early this year. There are around 35 stalls to choose from. (Also if you've not been to Chorlton before it's worth a trip over for some lovely shopping and bars, cafes and restaurants generally).
Also at these sorts of things, I do sell some of my lovely collection of fabrics so if you're one of those people who wander round thinking, "well yes, all very nice, but I could easily make that" or one of those other people who regularly ask me, "where on earth do you find those fabrics?" Now's your chance to buy some of the fabrics I use and have a go at doing your own thing.
I love to meet people and chat so do come and say hello.