Working Crafts Marquee 2016
Anyone interested in having a stall in the Craft Marquee should get in touch with Maureen Atkinson on 01937 845638 or email: email@example.com
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 by a variety of stallholders such as:
Mrs Christine Addley who performs chair caning and furniture restoration
Lacemaking by Harrogate Brigantes Lacemakers
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.
Hungry Hippo Designs
Semi-precious jewellery, children’s clothes and accessories
Susan Eastwood (Handmade by Mooms)
Fabric covered notice boards, mobile phone/iPad and tablet cases
Cards, gift tags, small gifts, craft boxes
Rachel Greenbank (Snapdragon)
Resin jewellery created within a shaped bezel, cord necklaces/bracelets.
Tor Handley (Bluebell Blossom & My Street Pictures)
Personalised pictures and children’s vintage clothing
Wide selection of hand-made cards, boxes book marks, paper crafts.
Prints and paintings of local villages
Traditional decoupage – 13th century style paper craft and decorated articles
Mrs J Barrett & York Felt Makers
Wool felted items.
Woodwork – wooden rings, bowls, platters, chopping boards
Brian Crowther – Flossydog Productions
3D landscape pictures, miniature dry stone walls
Megan Powell – Buttons, Bobbins & Thimbles
Childrens clothing & accessories
Tatting & dolls clothes – charity stall in aid of overseas school
Mrs R Thomas/Mrs D Greenshields
Cards, prints, paintings
Hand-dyed wool, hand-knitted accessories, knit-kits
Mrs Maureenn Rickerby (What the Elf Cloth dolls)
Hand-made cloth dolls (can be made to order)