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YarnFest highlights

Hi everyone! So my first real craft fair is over and I had a lovely day and met some lovely people. Here’s my stand at YarnFest, with me and my mum looking a bit chilly (despite the sun being out).

YarnFest Stickerkitten's stand

YarnFest stickerkitten craft fair

We were next to the very lovely people from Rainbow the Tortoise, who were selling wonderfully brightly coloured knitted tortoises and gifts for children. The charity supports disabled and disadvantaged people in and around Oxfordshire – you can read more on their website.

Rainbow the tortoise keyrings

And look at this cute little guy peeking out the basket.

Rainbow the tortoise basket

During a quiet half hour I made a quick dash round the rest of the stalls to see all the lovely handmade goods on offer. Here are some of my faves.

Super cute bows from Bows with love:

Bows with love clips

Lots of lovely handmade items from Pegazian (Facebook page here):

Pegazian bags ans scarves

Pegazian lavender bags

Beautiful hand turned wooden gifts from Vallis Green Woodworking:

Vallis Green Woodworking

Vallis Green ladybirds

Gorgeous knits from Tracey Millyard. Love these slippers!

Tracey Millyard knitted slippers

Loads of cute button makes from Li’l Em’s Buttons and Gems (Facebook page here):

Li'l Em's Buttons and Gems stall

Fabulous crocheted and knitted items from Mellie Makes, including this awesome bear hood cowl:

Mellie's Makes bear hood cowl

Lovely homemade jams and bright knits from Julia Radbourne:

Julia Radbourne homemade jams

Julia Radbourne knits

I sold lots of Christmas cards and a few gift boxes and overall had a very nice day. There was a raffle at 3pm and my friend won some gorgeous wool from the shop ^_^

Comments

  1. Emma Willcock | November 9, 2014 Reply

    These are great pictures Sarah. I wish my photography skills were this good so I could take lovely pictures of my creations! All in all it was a good day and the sum came out to say hello. Hope you enjoyed your first craft fayre and maybe our paths will cross again. Thanks so much for sharing my page link. Li’l Em. xxx

  2. Emma Willcock | November 9, 2014 Reply

    OOOPS Sun! LOL

  3. Mel Tucker | December 7, 2014 Reply

    Lovely pics Sarah,captured the sunny but chilly feel of the day. Sorry I hadn’t popped over to read this earlier but I’ve only just seen your comment on the Mellie Makes page.

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