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 🙂
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.
Another new exhibitor at our market on Saturday is Charlotte Steele of ‘Lotties Little Treasures’. She creates wonderful things with fabric and stitching including fab cushions like the one in this photograph 🙂
We are delighted to have Paul Jarvis of ‘Flint Cottage’ with us for the first time this Saturday. He makes wonderful decorative Items cut from wood such as this lovely hare. Come along and see his work and the many other wonderful things for sale and Santa is paying another visit 🙂
We are delighted to have one of our most dedicated stall holders with us on Saturday, Tracey of ‘Barking Fimo Mad’. Her wonderful Fimo Jewellery is ever changing, she is full of ideas and we love her work. Check out this great psychedelic Jewellery set!
Do come along and share in the fun on Saturday and don’t forget, Santa’s coming! 🙂
We are very excited to have another new maker with us this Saturday, Antoinette Bix of ‘Moonbrush Wood Studio’. I can’t wait to see these beautiful needle felted animals she makes. Come on over and take a look with me and check out all the other gorgeous stalls as well!
I’m very pleased that returning to us again this coming Saturday is James Hough of ‘Jim’s Turnings’. Bringing into our mix the traditional craft of wood turning.Jim makes a wide range of items so come along and have a look 🙂