Aug 31, 2009
Make, Do, Mend has arrived to help you find your creative side. From hen parties, to gift idea workshops, to a Christmas do, they will fill your days with clever ways to create with yarn, fabric and needles.
Make, Do, Mend are Claire and Bee, knitted textile designers and qualified craft teachers, who have taught at many different levels, including at West Dean College in Sussex, Cit Lit College in Covent Garden, the Design Museum, Loop yarn shop in Islington and loads more. Now they are bringing infinite crafting opportunities to your door.
Make, Do, Mend is happy to organise group or individual tuition at a venue of your choice or tea shops, studios and other pretty spaces we have discovered in the London and South East of England areas.
We Make is please to announce that Make, Do, Mend will be at our Autumn fair at Abney Hall, Stoke Newington on the 5th and 6th September.
They will be running a series of workshops throughout the weekend.
The program for the workshops is:
Saturday AM: Beginners Crochet £5 (all equipment will be provided, for use on the day)
Saturday PM: Beginners Knitting £5 (all equipment will be provided, for use on the day)
Sunday AM: Beginners Knitting/crochet £5 (all equipment will be provided, for use on the day)
Sunday PM: Cake Decorating £10 (all equipment will be provided, for use on the day)
To pre book a space on any of these workshops please email Claire and Bee on email@example.com or just turn up on the day to book your space.
Aug 27, 2009
The We Make team love to support other fantastic events.
Craftaholics is just that.
An afternoon of handmade craft and ethical products from designer clothing to jewellery to dolls and everything in between. There's homemade treats to nibble, booze to down and music to savour all under the roof of Islington's hippest venue. All this and much much more for FREE!!!
So if your in town this weekend make sure you check out this great event.
Also check out there blog for more information
Aug 26, 2009
Yelp is thrilled to be partnering with We Make and OfCabbages and Kings to provide you with the best local reviews, written by real people in the know. Grabbing a cuppa the morning of? Seeking a crafty cocktail? Use Yelp to uncover the all the hot spots around Stokie and beyond, or share some local knowledge of your own!
Yelp will be at the fair handing out special Yelp Bags.
But what is Yelp?
Yelp is a community of real people writing real reviews that has quickly become London’s go-to online resource for trusted and honest opinions. Think of it as word of mouth amplified. Yelpers are social monsters who share their inside knowledge about the local places they love such as restaurants, nightlife, boutiques, doctors, gyms, and just about every other local business and service. Basically, Yelp is the fun and easy way to find, review and talk about what's great — and not so great — in your world.
Aug 21, 2009
Here is a taster of some of the fantastic sellers that will be at the fair. There is a great range of products including:
1. OfCabbages and Kings: www.ofcabbages.co.uk Unique vintage jewellery.
2. Dainty Pretty Things: www.daintyprettythingsonline.com Sterling Silver & gemstone jewellery.
3. Lush and Lovely: www.folksy.com/shops/lushandlovely Beaded Jewellery
4. Eskil Design: http://www.eskildesign.com Wooden Cut Out Jewellery and Trays
5. Lost at Sea www.lostatseashop.com Wooden Jewellery
6. Fluffstuffs http://Fluffington.etsy.com Kitch and Cute Jewellery
1. Rowan Anderson http://rowanneandersondesign.com Tie Bags
2. Clouded Yellow www.cloudedyellow.co.uk Bags and Purses
3. Fabric nation www.folksy.com/shops/fabricnation Purses, bags, brooches
4. Beeb Design www.beebdesign.co.uk Toys
1. Strikk: http://strikk.etsy.com knitted cushions and homewear
1. Helen Rawlinson: http://helenrawlinson.com/ Lampshades
2. Namolio: http://namolio.etsy.com Pin cushions and toys
3. Dawn Painter: http://www.sanctuaryofwilderness.co.uk/homepage.htm Bird art, tea towels, other bird inspired products
4. Louise Hygge www.hygge-life.co.uk Ceremics, lighting, wood, textiles, prints
5. Little blue Shed www.littleblueshed.com Mosaic Homeware
6. Sara Carr www.folksy.com/shops/saracarr Knitted cushions, egg cosy’s and animal
1. Round London www.roundlondon.co.uk Ethical Clothing
2. Rosie Lee Clothing www.rosieleeclothing.co.uk 1940’s inspired hats, 1950’s inspired clothing
3. Isabee www.isabee.co.uk Childrens Dressing Up
1. K W Ceramics www.freewebs.com/kwceramics
2. By Louise http://by-louise-news.blogspot.com/
Art and Illustration:
1. Atherton Lin www.athertonlin.com Illustrated Cd Cards
2. Kate Beckett www.katebeckett.com Illustrated cards, notebooks and Cushions
3. Dream-A-Photo http://dreamaphoto.etsy.com Photos, prints
4. Ilgosmillgos and Groovyart http://groovyart.etsy.com Prints and toys
5. Mary kilvert www.marykilvert.com Ilustrations, prints, mirrors