I had a lovely day on Saturday at The Makers Market in Newburgh. It was gloriously sunny and warm so I felt really privileged to have a stall outside for a change, especially one as fab as this!
The stall was hand built by local artist/blacksmith and fellow Open Studios participant, Jim Shears. He plans to make another and they will be available to hire from Twist Fibre Crafts Studio.
It was fabulous to have so much space on the stand and plenty of room behind my shelf unit for packing sold items.
Here is Jim at his portable forge during the market.
My Mum popped along to see me and bought us coffee's and delicious lemon meringue Tiffin from Hatter's and Co's pop up cafe in the courtyard.
Next to me on the other side were Rustic Simplicity with their gorgeous oak barrel furniture and cupboards.
Below is Newburgh based Jason Shearer playing his Tank Drum or Yantra as he calls it. I loved the sounds this instrument makes and asked Jason about it. Turns out he makes them from old gas bottles! If you fancy one, Jason will make you one for £150.
There was a great atmosphere at the Market with local session musicians playing tunes throughout the afternoon. These guys can be found regularly at The Stag Inn in Falkland every Wednesday evening from 8pm.
Today has been spent tidying up the work space and organising my stock. Lots of new pieces have been listed on Etsy.
Now it's back to the felt making to build up a stock of new Trinket Boxes and start on my pictures for next year's calendar.
Hope everyone is having a productive month. June can be such a lovely time of year with everything being so lush and a bit warmer at last! Hoping to do plenty of sewing outside soon.