HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Goodness, can anyone tell me where last year went and how Christmas crept up so quickly!?!?
We find ourselves already in 2020 with a fresh new year ahead of us.
I'll be catching up on website updates over the next few weeks. Lots of interesting changes within the shop, sellers going, new ones joining, new displays, new workshops........It's all very exciting. Head over to our Facebook page or Instagram page for regular up to date info - links can be found at the bottom of the page.
SECOND QUARTER OF 2019 ROUNDUP
Are we seriously in July already!? This round up is slightly late in that case! As always, one day merges with the next and before you know it the months have past...
Birthday- We have celebrated our 3rd birthday. We had a week of special offers and a party at the shop on 10th July. It was lovely to see so many of our crafters and customers come to celebrate with us. We ran a raffle with very kind donations from our crafters, we raised a fabulous £200 for Chemogiftbags. So thank you to all that bought tickets and well done to Victoria and Lisa who won the amazing hampers, each worth over £240!!
Workshops/Meet the Maker- We've started our Saturday sessions where you can have chance to meet some of our crafters, learn about what they do and join in and make things yourself too!! See the table below for info, dates and times.
Sellers - We only said goodbye to one seller this quarter Kat of Malwa with her Needle Felted items.
4 of our existing crafters have expanded their space and ranges.
We also said hello to a brand new crafter Rachel of My Aurelia Rose. Rachel has joined the shop with her range of My School Buddy - these are fabric dolls made as a comfort for the start of a new school year. They can be bought off of the shelf or made to order with skin, hair and eye colour to match your child aswell as matching school uniform too!
Take a look at our Facebook page for lots of up to date pictures...
Written by Emma 18/07/19
Come along to The Grange Chocolate Cafe (next door to the shop) for a cuppa and a chat with like-minded crafty people.
You are welcome to bring a current crafty work in progress to work on while you natter or just come and chat.
Swap tips, ask for advice, learn from each other and meet new crafty friends.
The Handmade Craft Company will provide a basket of wool with some knitting needles and crochet hooks so if you feel the urge you can create some shapes to help us to carry on yarn bombing the village.