Here is a wonderful depiction of the work of metal worker Katherine Womack. Her moon gazing hare looking striking in this setting, shows they are perfect for your garden. Come and see her work tomorrow at Fakenham Makers Market held at Fakenham parish church. There will be refreshments and light lunches provided by Purple Rose Patisserie 🙂
Polly Dumas is another new exhibitor who is joining us on Saturday. Polly makes these beautiful hand decorated stones. They are beautiful individually to use as a paperweight and even more beautiful when grouped together to compliment a freshly decorated room. Do come along on Saturday to see her work for yourself, the variety is endless! 🙂
This is a wonderfully simple card made by Becky Coggins of ‘Crofts Crafts’ A fresh look just right for spring occasions. Come and see her work along side so many other beautiful things, this Saturday 22nd April! 🙂
I just couldn’t resist sharing this little fella that popped up on Moonbrush Wood Studio’s Facebook page. I’m always excited to see new work from our makers so here he is, the mousey chef hand felted by Antoinette Bix 🙂 Do come to our Makers Market on 22nd April and see more!
We are very happy to have Bryan Rackham with us this Saturday. Bryan, who is a stone carver, will be bringing with him a range of work such as this lovely number plate for the front of a house. What better way to freshen up your front porch this spring! 🙂
We are really happy to have Marianne Ley exhibiting with us on Saturday, she will be bringing with her beautiful handmade lampshades like the lovely example below. Do come along to see our many new makers we have with us this year! 🙂
Emma Knight is a silversmith who designs and makes her own jewellery. We are delighted to have her exhibiting her work with us. All her stunning pieces have there own hallmark which makes them that bit extra special 🙂
For our first post of 2017 we are pleased to share that during the two years that Fakenham Makers Market has been running, Fakenham Barnardo’s Helpers group who have had their free stall at the market selling traditional hand knits, has taken over £900 so far for their cause. To add to this, the Santa’s Grotto at our two festive markets raised another £50 which we presented to them last week.We look forward to supporting the group during 2017
For information about the work of Barnado’s check out the Barnado’s page on our Website.