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Patchings

We’re all set up for the opening of the Patchings Art Festival! Bit of a disaster though, some of the chess pieces were a bit squidgy so I decided to pull it from display. Instead I will clean it all up and have it for me 🙂 Turns out we didn’t have room for it anyway!

If you fancy coming down, the festival is open from 10am to 5pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 10am to 4.30pm on Sunday at Patchings Farm Art Centre near Calverton in Nottinghamshire with lots of art and painting demonstrations every day.

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Don’t know why this post didn’t go live when I typed it, but we’ve done a day of the show now! Problem is I went out last night to buy a pizza as we were all craving it and Pizza Hut won’t deliver to our post code. On the way home, by clutch broke and I was stuck in the middle of the sliproad off the A46 dual carriageway. Classy. So I rang the police as I was a stranded vehicle. Whilst on the phone, a riot van happened to pass and EIGHT (at the time I said 6, but I think there were 8 now thinking back) policepeople jumped out and pushed me off the road and stopped the traffic temporarily. It was amazing, and I was still giving my number plate and address to the police call centre at the time! Alex manage to roar my car home very slowly, but there is no way we can do the 40 mile round trip to get back to the stand in it. I’m hoping that as soo as the garages open at 8 I can get it booked in, but I reckon probably not til after the weekend 😦 Looks like I’m going to have to get insured on Alex’s car and he will be relegated to using the motorbike!

Soooo…. thank you to Tickly Spider my heroes for answering my distress text last night and picking me and my sister up this morning to take us there and getting us out of a sticky situation!

Please go click on their weblink: http://www.ticklyspider.co.uk/

Ulverscroft Grange craft fair, September 13th

This fair was a bit more successful than my last, I took £81 and amongst others, I sold these!

 

 

I also met Sam from Incy Wincy Stitches (http://www.incywincystitches.com/) who bought my starfish necklace (thanks!) and makes lovely buttons and other fabric-y bits and bobs like these:

 

And continuing the spider theme, Tickly Spider (http://www.ticklyspider.co.uk/), who only live a short distance from me were selling their primitive and rustic style goods. They bought some of my magnets- thank you!:

 

See you at the Barrow Craft Fair on November 2nd!