Jane Winton of Jane and the Happy Crow:
Hand made boats, vintage textile collages with a sea/sailing theme, papier mache, cards and some vintage bits and pieces.
Christine Nullmeyers of the Sea Garden:
Jewellery made from vintage beads, charms and crystals and some cards, Christines shop will be open on Sunday so you can browse her other treasures!
Viv of Hens Teeth:
Stitched collages, brooches, creatures and lots of other beautiful imaginative things!
Sue of Vintage to Victorian:
Lots of vintage textiles and other small vintage treasures.
Clare of Daisy Darling Millinery:
Beautiful hand made hats for children and adults.
Clothing designed and made by Sarah who will be sewing away on her foot powered machine on the day!
Diane Cox of Ruby rugs:
Hand made rag rugs, small wall hangings, teacosies and other lovely stuff.
Cynthia Greenslade of Spindrift Gallery:
Mosaic mirrors made from sea glass and china and painted decorations. Cynthia's gallery in Portscatho will be open on Sunday so do go and have a look around.
Hand made bags and cushions with applique free embroidery designs.
Michele Chivers of Cowboys and Custard:
Lots of vintage toys including Noddy! Michele's hand made assemblage boxes and her lovely badge cards.
Niki of Vintage Magpie:
Really cute and gorgeous bunnies, teddies and other animal toys with vintage fabrics and knitted outfits.
Margaret Harrow of Button Bunting:
Hand made bunting, need I say more, come and get it!
Lovely things made out of Driftwood.
Little vintage fabric hand embroidered little bags, pouches and purses.
Loads and loads of vintage tiny toys and other bits and pieces and I mean LOADS!
Hand stitched items and some vintage treasures.
Sue is having a clear out and that can only mean lots of lovely vintage china, toys and textiles and if we are lucky some of Sue's collages and stitched work.
Don't forget there will also be home made cakes and tea available all day and Suzanne from the Blue Carrot Market Garden will be selling her delicious jams and chutneys and bunches of flowers from her garden.
We hope you will be able to come along and join in what promises to be a grand day out!
A few bits that will be appearing on my stand (Jane).
How to find us.
This is a copy of a google map. On the A390, look for signs for Tregony and St Mawes, head for St Mawes till you get to Trewithian and then turn left for Portscatho. There will be signs for the fair at Trewithian then follow the arrows to the Hall.
There is parking next to the Hall. There is also parking at the beach car park (about where the middle arrow is on the inset map) this is a pay and display and free parking at the car park at the top of the hill in Gerrans. You can also park in the Square in Portscatho but that is only one hour parking and you will need more than that!
If you want any more details you can ring Christine at the shop on 01872 530655.