Working Crafts Marquee 2017
Anyone interested in having a stall in the Craft Marquee should get in touch with Maureen Atkinson on 01937 845638 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always looking for new exhibitors with original craft ideas but the main proviso is that the products that are being sold have to be made by the stall holder and not bought in to be re-sold. We also encourage the exhibitors to demonstrate their crafts if this is practical and most of our stallholders are able to do this. We think that this makes our craft marquee rather special and creates more interest from the public who in turn are probably more likely to buy the products.
Demonstrations are taking place throughout the day on Felt Making, Weaving & Spinning, Chair caning & Tatting
Maggy Hunt (Cotton Bobbins)
Bags, aprons, cushion covers, peg bags, toy sacks
Knitted decorative and household items, clothes, plus sewn sensory items for children and those with dementia.
Cards, gift tags, small gifts, craft boxes
Rachel Greenbank (Snapdragon)
Resin jewellery created within a shaped bezel, cord necklaces/bracelets.
Wide selection of hand-made cards, boxes book marks, paper crafts.
Traditional decoupage – 13th century style paper craft and decorated articles
Mrs J Barrett & York Felt Makers
Wool felted items.
Brian Crowther – Flossydog Productions
3D landscape pictures, miniature dry stone walls
Tatting & dolls clothes – charity stall in aid of overseas school
Jane Dennison, Saxton, Tadcaster
Children’s wear, fleece jackets, hats, bags.
Stephen Binns, Leeds
Whitby jet & gemstone jewellery
Julia Allman, Castleford
Handmade Kawaii hair-slides
Handbags, shopping bags, glasses and cosmetic bags
Rosemary Reid, Haxby
Hand knitted gloves, hats, scarves. Crocheted blankets
Christine Addley, Malton
Chair caning upholstery/furniture
Jan Haskins, Doncaster
Original artwork, painted boxes, cards & prints
Lynda Harrison, Routh
Hand knitted childrens clothing
Gary Marriner, Tockwith
Photography – mounted and framed prints
Peter Whiteley, Wetherby