Popular pre-Christmas craft event returns to Milland

Milland Village Hall is once again the venue for Milland Contemporary Crafts Exhibition and Sale, a popular pre-Christmas event.

Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 11:07 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 5:12 pm
Preparing items for the popular pre-Christmas event, Milland Contemporary Crafts Exhibition and Sale

This is an opportunity to meet skilled craft makers from around the area. They will be exhibiting a wide variety of products, including ceramics, textiles, jewellery and sculpture, on Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm. Entrance is £1 for adults.

This year, the team welcome newcomers Carolyn Wallis, who weaves scarves using mainly spun silk yarn, and Lucille Scott, an artist blacksmith who specialises in contemporary ironwork using traditional forge work techniques.

Refreshments will be served all day for donations to Samaritans.

The full list of exhibitors:-

Angela Carter, Milland Pottery

Hilary Charlesworth, weaver

Maureen Duke, bookbinding

John Starling, paintings and prints

Glen Wellstead, rag rug recipes

Ruth Barrett-Danes, prints

Jon Barrett-Danes, ceramic animals

Janine Rees, felted textiles

Mark Smith, copper and stone sculpture

Jo Cole, upholstery

Larinka Apiaries, honey products

Nancy Shafee, Flights of Fancy

Robin Quinnell, cards and pet portraits

Ruta Brown, jewellery

Dylan’s Ice Cream

Carolyn Wallis, hand-woven scarves

Lucille Scott, artist blacksmith

Christine and Tony Kalus, jewellery and glass

Oliver Carter, wooden artifacts

Grace Pilbeam, scatter cushions

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