It’s our second and last Homeworks Christmas Bazaar this Sunday, thank you to everyone who came along to The Salusbury Rooms to support our local makers, artists and designers last Sunday.
We have lots more stallholders with us on Sunday, some returning from last week, some Homeworks regulars from years gone by and some brand new Homeworks sellers, carefully selected to bring you the very best of our local businesses:
New to Homeworks this year is Abalonstar, a London based, basque born artist.
She’ll be bringing a selection of her porcelain candle holders and other hand made vessels this Sunday:
Knitwear designer Annie Neill returns for another year with her gorgeous scarves, berets, beanies, gloves, fingerless mittens and men’s and ladies woollen slipper socks, all made in the UK:
Cardabelle Design was created when Kate Guy combined her graphic design background with her love of traditional printmaking techniques. Taking her inspiration from food and the kitchen, Kate uses the strong graphic qualities of lino printing to create her bold range of organic cotton tea towels, aprons, bone china bowls, plates and mugs.
She'll be at Homeworks for the first time on Sunday 13 December:
It’s less than a week to go until our first Homeworks Christmas Bazaar of 2015! Here is our first preview, showcasing all the designers and makers who will be with us at The Salusbury Rooms next Sunday 6 December:
Angela Cork returns for another year with her elegant silver jewellery, all made by hand in her workshop nearby:
BG Design create fabric jewellery creatures as well as illustrations printed on to different materials:
Homeworks regular Christa Davis will be bringing her beautiful reconditioned cashmere and womenswear made from vintage fabrics as well as unusual accessories for children:
We are Scamp will be showcasing their screen printed baby wear, laser cut room accessories and personalised gifts for girls and boys:
Celia Worster will be selling her exquisite aromatherapy oils and creams:
and Clara Francis is back with more beautiful and delicately beaded pieces:
Sirplus are a perfect one stop shop for all the men in your life. Kit them out for Christmas in a range of nehru waistcoats and jackets, boxers and knitwear, all designed and made from surplus fabrics:
Jacqui Ramrayka returns with her beautiful hand built and thrown ceramics vessels:
and Dorothy Stiven will be selling gorgeous antique china and crystal for your Christmas table:
Helene Turbe returns with her delicate jewellery, each piece telling a story:
There will be cool costumes for kids from iwishiwasa:
Nothing beats a Christmas present that is both desirable and practical!
Gilly B is an independent label specialising in luxury hand knitted accessories for women, men and children, creating hats, scarves and gloves using only the finest natural yarns. Every piece is carefully constructed in the UK, with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Gilly is back this year for both 6th & 13th December, come and buy some lovely cosy knits for Christmas: