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Making Uncovered Success!
Every thing about taking part in Making Uncovered was satisfying, right from the first meeting at Brixton East (where I immediately visualised myself in situ sewing and making) to being paid promptly for my workshop. This was my first time working with Makerhood and from the outset it was evidently a clearly thought out, seamless operation. TheContinue reading “Making Uncovered Success!”
Well, there is a campaign to promote handmade. Of course I support this for the same reasons that I make my art in the first place. To create something with unique quality, to support myself in the local economy whilst keeping an eye on those carbon miles. At the same time reusing, reducing and recreatingContinue reading “Why handmade?”
Rasta Mouse and me!
This was taken for the grandchildren…honest! Rasta Mouse gathered a good crowd and it was good to see him come down and support the Maker’s Market. I will be there on Christmas Eve selling my originally recycled plastic bag and cloth oyster card holder’s, tote and handbags. Plus, on sale will be gift Vouchers forContinue reading “Rasta Mouse and me!”