Happy to be back home after a long day yesterday. Thank you to everyone who visited my stall/ bought/ generally encouraged me, at Kirstie Allsopp's Handmade Fair Ragley Hall over the last 3 days. I won't mention it again now, for fear of boring you! Having a rest for a few days, then hope to have some of my handmade dolls available online...
As the minutes tick down to my biggest fair of the year at Ragley Hall, I'm just stopping-by my blog to give a quick update of some of the handmade dolls I shall be offering for sale. It is my largest collection to date and I have been careful to include a comprehensive choice of colours, styles and variations. I hope you will enjoy taking a little look...
First the fairies:
To introduce something new, I have been working with some wooden mannequins and created some small fairies...
And some larger pieces including a collection of Miss Havisham dolls all dressed in antique lace and trims.
I have also made a set of Country Girls dressed in recycled wool sweaters and vintage fabric prairie skirts.
To complete my selection of handmade dolls, I have created several large rag dolls...
Plus some smaller girls...
I shall be bringing a large selection of carefully crafted greetings cards, cushions, small handmade gift ideas and lots of vintage haberdashery and trims - So something to suit all pockets!
Find me in The Shopping Village Marquee - Number SV49a, this Friday 12th May to Sunday 14th May 2017 9.30am to 6pm.