Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Week Two Preview

After the success of our first Christmas Bazaar last Sunday, many of our stallholders are with us again for another week. Here's some of the new and returning makers taking part in our fair this Sunday:

Charlotte Packe designs and produces fabulously unique and distinctive lighting:


Homeworks regular Nancy Batty is back with her collages and prints made from a combination of her own painted textile patterns and vintage wallpaper:


Queens park local Jo Heckett joins us for the first time with her colourful porcelain gifts,
jewellery and magnets: 


Ocabini are back for a second week with contemporary luxury cashmere for everyone:


Samantha Morris is back again this year with her witty and colourful screen prints and stationery:


Jacqui Ramrayka will be showcasing her beautiful thrown porcelain and stoneware vessels:


Newcomers Frank and Bell will be selling their handmade lampshades:


Enelle returns for a third year with her eye catching and delicate jewellery:


Floating Island join us for the first time with beautiful hand made cushions and home accessories:


Hermione Wood returns with hand made felt accessories:


and finally, Homeworks regular Celia Worster keeps us calm and relaxed with her luxurious
hand blended oils and creams:

See you on Sunday! x

Monday, 25 November 2013

Our First Christmas Bazaar

Thanks for coming along to our first Christmas Bazaar yesterday, a great day by all accounts and more next Sunday. Our next preview will be posted later this week, so check back and find out which fabulous stallholders will be with us next Sunday 1 December.
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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Our First Christmas Sale Preview

Not long now until our first Christmas Bazaar on Sunday 24 November. We have many returning stallholders this year and lots of new ones too. Here is a small selection of our stallholders coming along next Sunday. Keep checking back for more previews with more designers and makers over the next few weeks.

One of our Homeworks founders, Lou Rota is set to relaunch with brand new collections early in the New Year. She is having a big stock clear out and her Vintage Plate Art Kits, mugs, trays, platters and jugs will all be at bargain basement prices:




Ocabini is a small design company that create classic cashmere/silk garments with contemporary designs. Their children's range is colourful and cosy, whilst their adult range includes fresh individual prints and classic knits for women and men:



A Queen's Park local, Sasha Kamen makes all her jewellery by hand in her studio: 




Homeworks regular Somerville Scarves return with their trademark silk scarves, cosy hats and accessories:




Twisted Twee have been making and peddling cheerfully sardonic childrenswear and items of practical lunacy since 2003.
All their goods are manufactured and embellished in the UK and they work with people who put sustainability and good working practice at the heart of their business:




Soochi Ltd will be selling kids’ fashion from Bonnie Baby and Little Duckling:




Simone Selaib-Salandini will be selling the collections she supplies to galleries and her more funky street wear collections made of semi-precious stones:




Savile Rogue return with their unique cashmere football scarves and accessories:




Clara Francis is a bead weaver - each piece is made using Japanese glass seed beads sewn by hand one bead at a time. They are little pieces of art you can wear and keep forever:




Christa Davis returns with her distinctive and beautiful clothes for adults and kids, made by blending up-cycled cashmere and silks and vintage fabric:



Nicole from Barefoot Books will have a selection of christmas books and activity kits for children, perfect presents and stocking fillers:




Isolyn will be selling a selection of colourful felted wool bags & purses, slippers and brooches:




The winter chill is coming and Alpaca Pie is spinning more beautiful knitwear and accessories to keep your little ones and you toasty and warm:



Holistic Silk is committed to fair trade and ethical production and they return to Homeworks this year with a selection of their beautiful and therapeutic products: 


Celia Lindsell creates a stylish range of organic lavender accessories for you and the home including doorstops, gift sets, silk, French linen bed pillows and much more:  



Sirplus make all their clothes from offcuts and surplus fabric, or ‘cabbage’, you can find out more about it here:





Tuesday, 5 November 2013