friday night, saturday morning


i know there were only seven days in this week, but wow, so much has happened in what seems like the blink of an eye. ‘a handmade christmas in bearwood’ was a resounding success for all concerned. ofsted visited to inspect my suitability for child-minding. (i’m suitable!) my beloved returned from a work trip to india.  my roof has been insulated.  and i’ve spent many a late night beavering away, replenishing stock for the next raft of craft fairs.

first up is The Blue Coat School in Harborne on Saturday.  that’s tomorrow. think it’s all sorted. due to other mutha commitments me and erin are representing. erin has been knitting like crazy. i spoke to her this morning and i mean crazy – between you and me she’s lost it! (joking) her knitwear is looking oh so warm yet totally cool.  toast-y even – without the scandinavian photo shoot and hiked up price tags!  ceri has entrusted me with a bag of goodies (organza brooches, make-up/pencil rolls and ds cosies). as for me its pretty much more of the same.  the owls, original and mini, still go down well so i’ve made even more. i also made a few more tooth fairy friends. cushions, festive wreaths and lavender sachets (check out my wrinkled, inky fingers in the above pic) will be joining my little creatures at the table top sale.  

so do come along and join us if you’re after stocking fillers, special gifts, or winter warmers. we’ll be at The Blue Coat School, Somerset Road, B17 0HR between 12 and 4pm this Saturday 27th November.  

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