Monday 4 May 2009

Craft Hatch: Bring your Mum!

Necklaces by Verity Copland.

We can't describe how excited we are about the Craft Hatch market this Saturday. It's filled to the brim with exciting new work from exciting new artists, many of whom will be participating at Craft Hatch for the first time!

Pom pom necklaces by Anita Cummins.

From 11am in the Gallery space at the City Library, do drop by to have a look at work from Sandy Bennett, Amy Borrell, Charisse Black, Amy Blue, Verity Copland, Anita Cummins, Lisa Engelhardt, Deirdre Hoban, Naoko Inuzuka, Elspeth Kiddell, Maureen Kiernan, Sue Manski, Jules Musgrove, Jasmine Targett and Chloe Vallance.

Jules Musgrove's crocheted fruit and vege necklaces.

A wide range of products will be available (perhaps our widest yet!) and some of the goodies you can expect include fine silver, ceramic and glass jewellery, hand-drawn digital/screenprinted textiles, hand-embroidered hot waterbottle warmers and knitted scarves to keep you warm, adorable toys to cuddle up to, illustrated stationery and clothing that promises to make you never look at a pair of pants in the same way again.
To tempt and tantalise, here are some images of work you can expect to see at the market this Saturday.

Cards by Sue Manski.

Cushion covers by Lisa Engelhardt.

Sandy Bennett's hot water bottle warmers will keep you stylishly toasty at night!

A crowd favourite from the January market, Naoko is back! And with more jewellery!

Dichroic jewellery from the future by Jasmine Targett.

Ceramic rings by jeweller Deirdre Hoban.

Illustrator Chloe Vallance
Illustrated cards by Amy Blue.

Handmade jewellery by Elspeth Kiddell.

Charisse Black's label Does Not Equal - unisex jewellery for the man or woman in your life!

Dainty ceramic doilies by Amy Borell.

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