Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Home & Gift Revisited.......

As promised, details of the fair part II.  Pictures of all the lovely work that was displayed on our College stand.  We arrived on Saturday to set up our little individual areas.  We had all had to attend College previously to mock-up our displays so we all new what we were doing.  We had two separate areas so the first showcased Cheryll Kung's gorgeous work.........

pictures, cards, cushions

detail of printed cushion

Therese Johnson's naturally dyed, hand knitted necklaces, some found pieces and her gorgeous printed textiles, all natural fibres........

all bespoke pieces
hand printed silk with naturally dyed crochet trim

Gill Kirk's work, devore scarves and screen printed cushions.....

beautiful colour combinations

linen cushion with flocked spoons

more gorgeous spoons in a lovely colour combination

details of the other stand coming soon....  I might be a tad biased but I think all of the work is so beautiful.
Hope the sun is shining where you are Jayne x


  1. Wow looks amazing ~ congratulations to you all. I hope you had lots of positive feedback about your work? I know it is exhausting setting up, talking, talking, taking down again! Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for visiting my blog,

    Sarah -x-

  2. Fab Jayne.
    I would have loved to have been there to see the work in the flesh so to speak, but your pictures capture the individuality perfectly...what talented girls your college has produced.
    Hope to catch up with you at Hexham (hopefully) on the 14th Aug,
    Julie x

  3. Gorgeous, I love the spoons!!
    Love Helen xx

  4. No...not biased at all! Absolutely beautiful..every bit of it!:)

  5. Lovely stuff - I thought I might have a look as Harrogate is so near to us - but it was Trade Only, I think. Hope you all did well!

  6. well everything looks absolutely gorgeous Jayne, you are all so talented and what a fabulous experience. Can't wait to see more photos of the event!!


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