On the 9th & 10th of November we had a stall at the annual Renegade Craft Fair in the Truman Brewery building on Brick Lane.
This year was bigger than ever!
Last year we took along lots of Penguin bars…and began the debate about which one’s better…Penguins or Tim-Tams?….This year, as it was closer to Christmas we took a box of Quality Street…and were totally shocked by how many people absolutely love Strawberry Creams!…..You can all come to our house at Christmas!
We had a new wall in our set-up this year…to display our new range of little pictures that we like to call ‘Wallery’ – because it’s like jewellery for your wall!
Some stall tree envy…lovely sparkly palm trees!…Garudio Studiage.
The usual loveliness that is on Ladybird Likes‘ stall.
Miwary’s amazing selection of hand sewn stuff!
Lucie Ellen was offering ‘make your own bunting necklace’ service alongside selling all her lovely wooden wares.
Was quite taken with this very detailed Palm Tree Polaroid necklace by Hand over your fairy cakes!
So much to see on Ella Masters‘ stall!
Love this cushion by Custom Made!
We love this little Banana man by Hanna Melin!
Twit Twoooo! Scout Editions!
Love the light switch print by Lovely Jojo’s ….we have some light switches that don’t work in our flat…perhaps we should just replace them with a print!
Hedgehogs by Debbie Greenaway…aka The imagination of Ladysnail.
Amazing cards, prints and purses by Jill….just love the blue tit! (sorry photo bit dark with shiny plastic – go check out her website!)
Our other stall neighbour, Anna Wiscombe, with her hand cut amazing wooden jewellery and other stuff!
Jolly Stationery design! Oh Squirrel….love her suitcase display : )
Amazing french knitted and then knotted necklaces from Stuffed Nonsense….so much work!
Couldn’t resist buying one of the matchstick sew your own pendant kits from The Bellwether
As it says on their website: DyfalDonc comes from the Welsh saying “dyfal donc a dyr y garreg” which translates (roughly) as “a steady tapping breaks the stone”. We love their creations!
Phew! That’s the end of your tour! Here’s one last image of our stall that we quite liked, peeking through from Anna Wiscombe’s…
We’re so happy to have been included in lots of other people’s blogs about the fair too…Thanks so much!!
Here are the links!