Wednesday, 21 March 2018

The First 2018 Craft Fairs for Cariboo Handwoven

It's always fun in the winter to look ahead to another year - set goals, expand on ideas, try new things and register for craft fairs. At this point I know I'll be at two good ones this spring and summer.

First up on Saturday April 21 in Williams Lake is Handmade in the Cariboo:


This is its second happening and I was really glad to be accepted.

Next up is the Great Shuswap Pottery Sale in Celista, BC on Shuswap Lake.



The website is really well-designed and quite elegant. Scroll down on the home page if you want to read more about the artisans and see samples of their work.

These craft fairs all take major organizing, and I'm really impressed with how well each of these ones has gone for enquiries and registration. Thank you!

Monday, 5 March 2018

Third Set of Travel Shawls

Travel shawls have been hugely successful and I'm thrilled with how much their owners enjoy and appreciate them, as well as all the new interest they've created. I think travel shawls are like a personal, portable blanket for many people and what's not to like about that?

I have a few new ones to show:

#15 | 100% wool | 160 cm x 68 cm (63" x 27") | Private collection

#16 | 100% wool | 156 cm x 69 cm (61.5" x 27") | $150

#17 | Wool and fine wool/mohair | 165 cm x 75 cm (65" x 29.5") | Sold

#18 | Wool and alpaca | 160 cm x 75 cm (63" x 29.5") | $170


#19 | Wool and alpaca | 176 cm x 75 cm (69" x 29.5") | Sold

#20 | 100% wool | 175 cm x 69 cm (69" x 27") | Sold

As always, feel free to contact me if you're interested in more photos or info about any of them.