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SOCK – Arts, Crafts, Purchase & Commissions Fair – Loughborough Town Hall – 23rd & 24th March 2013

23rd March to 24th March 2013 – 10am-4pm Both Days 

Free Entry – Loughborough Town Hall, The Market Place

A range of quality arts, crafts, textiles,ceramics, jewellery, glass and homewares will be available for purchase in the Main Hall and Sock gallery over the entire weekend!

Children’s FREE craft workshop on Sunday.

I’ll be attending with a selection of fun sock and textile creations. Here are a few… sock zombies, fabric remnant softies, textile brooches, colourful sock monkeys and sock owl kits…

donkey zombie 01zombie rabbitremnant softies 02brooches03monkeys01sock owl kit

Hope you can come along. 🙂

SOCK! Artists & Makers Fair: 24-25 March, Loughborough Town Hall

LOUGHBOROUGH TOWN HALL, MARKET PLACE, LE11 3EB

24th & 25th March 10am-4pm – FREE ENTRY

Over 35 makers showcasing and selling a diverse range of work including Visual Arts, Textiles, Ceramics, Jewellery, Furniture, Sculpture and Photography. For more details and directions just click the SOCK banner image to go to the Town Hall’s website.

I’ll be there with a collection of my OddSox Sock Creatures, Amigurumi Creatures and fabric accessories, very similar to this pic of the fair I attended at Mortimer Chapel, nr Newbury at the weekend just gone

Hope to see you there 🙂

SOCK! Craft Fair – 26th & 27th March 2011 – Loughborough Town Hall

An Arts and Craft Purchase and Commission Fair

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th March 2011

10am until 4pm on both days

Loughborough Town Hall

SOCK! 2011 will take in the Main Hall (situated on the ground floor). Entrance to the public is FREE and there will be a free workshop on the Sunday for children.

Here’s a little preview of a limited edition collection of Sock Gardeners that will be available from my OddSox stand along with lots of their animal sock friends…

Why not visit the Town Hall foyer on the Saturdays leading up to SOCK!, where there will be a sneak preview each week of some of the artists exhibiting. You can join the SOCK! mailing list for updates on this event by emailing the SOCK! Team at sock@charnwood.gov.uk

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE 🙂

Fair enough!

A couple of weeks ago I had a stall at a 2 day art and craft fair at Loughborough Town Hall called SOCK! It was the second year for this event and my second time attending too. It was a really successful weekend – quite tiring doing 2 full days in a row, but well worth it.

Here are a few pics of my stall on the day.

The event also placed a ‘comment wall’ in the reception area – as you can see it’s full! That’s my nephew writing a biased comment for me! What a great idea though, and hopefully it will have given the Town Hall some useful feedback about the event.

On the second day there were two free workshops for kids aged between 4 and 16 to participate in sock creature and felt making. Again there was a special comment wall for these activities.

The fair attracted some brilliant artists and covered a very diverse range of skills: textiles, ceramics, glass, luxury knitwear, interior furnishings, steel sculpture, armoury, silver jewellery, stone carving, illustrators, painters… Loughborough Town Hall have posted an address to register interest for the event in 2011 and are also on Facebook.

Anyway, after such a busy weekend I thought it only fair to buy myself a present or two from a couple of fellow stall holders!

The flower brooch has been made by Judith Williamson. She recycles unwanted sweet tins to make unique and innovative tinplate jewellery, decorative canvasses, wall panels and accessories. It’s very reasonably priced too. I liked the brooches so much I bought one for my sister as well!

The clip purse is by a printed textile artist called Teresa Green. She had an amazing range of interior and fashion accessories, using mainly cotton Irish linen applied with screen printed stylish linear imagery.

I also met a couple of visiting Folksy.com colleagues – Neil from Wood Jewellery and Andrea from Polka. It was great to be able to put faces to names and have a ‘real’ conversation in place of cyberchat for a change!

My nephew was particulary excited because his very own sock creature (designed by him and made by me!) appeared on the event banner and literature. He brought it to the show to sit on the stall but ended up putting it back in his bag as too many people wanted to buy it!

And this is a pic of his Sock creature appropriately posing at the end of  SOCK! on  ‘The Sock” sculpture in the market place by Shona Kinloch.

SOCK! Fair is back – 27th & 28th March

I’ll be attending with a selection of my cute & crazy OddSox creatures – if you’re in the area please pop in and say hello – hope to see you there!

Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th March 2010

Sock.

A celebration of quality Artists and Makers – An Arts and Crafts Commission and Purchase Fair

Loughborough Town Hall, Leicestershire

The Fair will take place  in the Main Hall  from 10am – 4pm each day.

FREE CRAFT WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 4-16 YEARS ONLY ON SUNDAY 28TH MARCH 2010!

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