Unfortunately the week before the show my kiln is out of action so my lovely new work using my granddads button jar and my nans sewing box as inspiration was not on show still waiting for that all important firing! So I redesigned my stand again with new fabric and plinths hopefully to display work more successfully. Take a look as opinions and constructive criticism are welcomed.
The event was very busy with a selection of Nostalgia stands advertising the event at the George Hotel with live bands there too to add to the atmosphere. A great day was had by all.
|Advert for the Heebie Gee Bees who will give you a vintage make over at NmD.|
|Creative Style stand run by Maggie my course leader on my Degree at Cumbria|
I thought I would make the effort and was dressed by my stylist Joejoe Hesketh in full on 1940s hat handbag and crochets gloves.
|looking good, Gwen Bainbridge jewellery|
As it was an Eden Arts event it would of been wrong to not make a pompom sheep for their fantastic 'Flock' a public arts project promoting the wool industry http://www.edenarts.co.uk/flock/ mine was a little scruffy but Sarah who came to see us at the show made a really lovely one and will be sending pics of it on its travels will keep you posted when she does.