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More crafters exhibiting at the Autumn craft fair…

Posted by Kylie Sparkes on Friday 21st September 2018

Eevie. M. Crafts…

“I have recently retired and decided to indulge my passion for fabric.  I have been sewing and crafting for over fifty years and still enjoy it.  I like making gifts and useful articles for the home and especially items for Christmas.”

Assorted cushions including polyester filled inner – £9.99 each 

Lavender filled hearts and children’s tote bags – £2.99 each


Handbags, various fabrics, fully contrast lined and inside pocket – £14.99 each

Children’s aprons: cotton fabric or vinyl – £4.99 each

Assorted peg bags, various colours and designs – £6.99 each


Trudie Mundell…

Greeting cards and framed pictures from dolls house miniatures.

Retirement or birthday card. £18.50 boxed and gift packed in tissue paper.


Card for new baby girl white teddy and basket boxed and gift packed in tissue paper.

Card for new baby boy laundry and flower pots. £12.50 boxed and packed in tissue paper

Birthday card with straw hat and flowers. £18.50 boxed and gift packed in tissue paper.


Kiddie Knits…

“I learnt to knit as a child and knitted dolls clothes progressing to children’s clothes and garments for myself.  Once I had my own children I knitted many garments for them and after they were grown up I just couldn’t stop knitting.

I now knit dolls, babies’ and small children’s garments and accessories. All are made with good quality acrylic yarn – easily machine washable for convenience.  I knit in 3ply, 4ply, DK and Aran weight yarn. Items are made to order so any choice of colour is available to customers.  I exhibit at craft fairs and have been a member of The Guild of Essex Craftsmen for 17 years.”

Peach cardigan suitable for approx 2yrs £9.25. 

Lilac eskimo yarn jacket suitable for approx 2yrs £22.

Blue collared jacket suitable for approx 3yrs £11.75.

My website ( gives some information about me & my craft.


Carol Bloomfield…

“I have been making jewellery for 5 years. I enjoy designing unique individual pieces .  I also make beady pens, dragon flies, bookmarks and Christmas decorations .”

Beaded dragon flies various colours £5

Black faceted 2 strand necklace with silver toggle clasp

Twisted rope necklace 17 inch  £14 and bracelet £7  made from different style seed beads with silver heart toggle clasp  

Twisted rope necklace  17 inch red / grey made with various seed beads £14

Selection of Christmas decorations

Miyuki and seed bead bracelets with toggle clasp £ 7

Miyuki and seed bead wavy bracelets £8.50

Selection of wrapped wire gemstone pendants with black cord with slip knots to alter length of necklace £6.50

Selection of earrings £3  – £5

Selection of beady pens various colours £4


More talented crafters exhibiting at Wickham Bishops in September

Posted by Kylie Sparkes on Wednesday 19th September 2018

Koko & Koko Designs…

“My name is Connie mum of one behind KOKO and KOKO designs based in Essex UK. We hand make accessories and gifts for small and big people including their homes.We incorporate different design methods from embroidery, applique to HTV on some of our designs. Most of our materials are sourced in UK and Europe, good quality, and easy to care materials.We adore some designer fabrics like Liberty which you will notice on our products. I am sure you will find something for you and your family and friends.”

Read me a book cushion–£29.00

Mini boss vests-£6

Mini boss set_£15, Hair clip and bows from-£2

Interchangeable rompers with frilly bum-£24

Maggie Moo Textiles…

“I make cushions and lampshades in a variety of fabrics but I particularly love vintage, Scandinavian and African wax prints.  All cushions come with a concealed zip.  I only sell the covers on Etsy due to postage costs but I will bring some cushion pads to the fair to display and for sale.”


Loulu Jewellery Decor…

“Hi my name is Louise Creighton I am the creator of loulujewellerydecor which i made a mix of painted Kilner jars and decorated them with decoupage paper and then seal them my range with them is from vases to make brush holders to decorative spoon holders and wooden spoons to coffee and cookie jars . I also decorated with decoupage paper on to other glass jars and bottles . I make glass bead and charm bracelets and I make homemade candles in mini mason jars . “


Home made candles in mini mason jars 

Other decorated bottles/ jars 

Personalised make up brush holders 

Kilner decorated jars with spoons


Kilner vase or makeup brush holder 


Glass bead bracelet

Make up Kilner brush holder 


Looking forward to the Autumn craft fair at Wickham Bishops in September

Posted by Kylie Sparkes on Monday 20th August 2018

We have a fully booked venue for our Autumn craft fair on the 29th September 2018, here are few crafters attending…

Pebbles and Friends –

“Pebbles and Friends is a series of children’s books that follow Pebbles the cat on his new beginning and the friends he makes along the way. It is the creation of Robert Clarke and Hannah Vandridge and every stage in its development has been undertaken entirely by them, from its initial conception to the website – even the characters are based on their real-life pets!”

Hugs by Helen –

‘Fairy bear’ Christmas Tree toppers, they sell for £10 – £15 depending on size.

Mrs Button’s Chocolates – 

“Amanda Button is a self-taught chocolatier, working from home in Kelvedon. Amanda makes luxury hot chocolate sticks in a variety of flavours, flavoured chocolate bars, real chocolate buttons and much more. Amanda takes bespoke orders for chocolates and has a large range of dairy/soya free (vegan) chocolate. Find me on Facebook – or online:”


Chocolate buttons £3.20

Flavoured bars £3 2 for £5.50

Hot chocolate £2 or 3 for £5.50


Lovett’s Folds – 

“Beautiful keepsakes that you can treasure forever.”




‘Maggie Moo Textiles’ will be at Wickham Bishops this September

Posted by Kylie on Tuesday 31st July 2018

Maggie Moo Textiles…’I make cushions and lampshades in a variety of fabrics but I particularly love vintage, Scandinavian and African wax prints.  All cushions come with a concealed zip.  I only sell the covers on Etsy due to postage costs but I will bring some cushion pads to the fair to display and for sale.’


The Autumn craft fair at Wickham Bishops

Posted by Kylie on Tuesday 31st July 2018

We are looking forward to our next event at Wickham Bishops, this will be the first of our Autumn events.  We are nearly fully booked with two tables left, we have a fantastic set of crafters attending including creative cards from ‘Beekay Handcrafted cards’, ‘Krafty’ and  ‘Cazzas Cards’, jewellery from ‘Nikki’s Folly Jewellery’, ‘Caroline Blake Jewellery’, ‘Rainbow Creations’, ‘Pauline Greengrass’ and ‘Cloudberry designs’. Photography from ‘MJB Images’, book folding from ‘Lovett’s Folds’, textiles from ‘Barbara’s Crafts’, ‘Judith Witney’, ‘Getting Knitty’ and ‘Maggie Moo Textiles’. We have two authors attending Bob Clarke with ‘War and Peacey’ and Robert Clarke with ‘Pebbles and Friends. ‘Hugs by Helen’ will be showing their beautiful handmade bears, and ‘Mrs Button’s Chocolates’ will be tempting us with their sweet selections. Cliff Olley will be attending with ‘Woodthings’ along with ‘Laura Shelley’ and ‘Koko & Koko Designs’.











“The Cushion Catalogue” will be exhibiting at Sudbury on the 28th April 2018

Posted by Kylie on Tuesday 24th April 2018

The Cushion Catalogue…

‘A small family run business that creates bespoke hand made cushions. We have a wide range of hand made designer cushions with various sizes, fabrics, styles, colours and designs available. 
We also offer a bespoke service where we create hand made cushions to meet the specifications customers require. 
We supply decretive cushions to hotels, pubs and restaurants and have an Etsy account where we sell some of our amazing collections to the public. 
We will be offering a range of our designer cushion covers at the simply events fair at a discounted rate, so don’t miss the chance to browse our range.’ 

Sam & Soya will be exhibiting at Sudbury this Saturday.

Posted by Kylie on Monday 23rd April 2018

Alittle about Sam & Soya…
Wax Melt Pots
Our soy wax melt pots weigh approx 40g each and are available in a wide range of fragrances, sure to give you a long lasting gorgeous scent. We recommended that you break up our wax melts into smaller pieces to fit your burner. 
Will be priced at £2.50 each or 5 for £10
Wax Melt Bars
Each square of our soy wax melt bars measures 3cm x 3cm. One snap bar gives you 6 wax melt cubes in total and weighs approx 70g. Our snap bars come in a wide range of fragrances and colours. We recommended that you break up our wax melts into smaller pieces to fit your burner. 
Will be priced at £3.50 each

Sam & Soya was launched in 2017. We are a small business that has a passion for high-quality home fragrances. We pride ourselves on providing highly fragranced wax soy products that look great and smell amazing. All items are hand poured in small batches in Essex, England, using the finest ingredients. All melts, bars and candles are made using 100% Soy Wax, which is known to burn up to 30% longer than paraffin wax. We take great care in detail in selecting wax and fragrances that provide an excellent scent throw and burning experience.



A fantastic range of crafts on display this April at St. Peters Church, Sudbury

Posted by Kylie on Friday 20th April 2018

We have over 30 talented crafters on exhibiting this Spring at St. peters Church, Sudbury on the 28th April 2018. 

Here are a few…

Jadwiga Zaleski Jewellery


























I Love Bows…

“I set up I love bows after I started to design bows for my daughter. Each bow is handmade using only uk suppliers, and include a variety of materials including glitter, felt, and lace. Prices start from £1.50, and there will be some exclusive offers on the event day! Looking forward to meeting you all. Rachel “


Arty Alis…

“I started weaving last summer and enjoyed it so much I can’t imagine not weaving for at least a few hours a week now. I studied fashion design for fours years after leaving school and more recently gained a degree in Fine Art graduating in 2008, so it’s not surprising I’ve been drawn to textile based art but there’s something very therapeutic about sitting quietly at my loom that I love and it feels like the start of a journey to me as I know I’ve still got lots to learn about technique. This will be my first craft fair with my weaving work and I’m looking forward to finding out what response my work will get from the public.

I can be found on Instagram and Facebook as ArtyAlis and my work is on sale on”

Weavings range from £25 – £35














Bunnywiffler Designs…


“From small acorns grow mighty oak trees!

With an early interest in sewing and making my own clothes as a teenager, Bunnywiffler Designs has organically grown out of a lifetime of dressmaking and craftwork.  I love to source Japanese and vintage fabric, alongside a passion for upcycling material that can be used again to make homewares that can be enjoyed every day.  Forever curious, I incorporate new elements into my sewing work; this year’s interests are working with plant dyed fabric and needle felting.  From cafetiere covers and keyrings to cushions and reusable shopping bags there is something for everyone in the Bunnywiffler range.

 I relish a challenge so if you have an idea in mind why not commission yourself a unique one-off piece?”


















Julia Dalley…

“a bit about myself, well I was born in Sudbury Suffolk, at St Leonards Hospital 50 yrs ago, so not a spring chicken 🙂 .  I have two grown up children who live with me, 6 rabbits 5 cats and a puppy who is 7 months old, yes I’m a glutton for punishment lol.

I enjoy gardening and obviously my pets and children, I would be board if I hadn’t got them around me.  I worked as a carer for 4 years and enjoyed my work looking after the elderly and dementure residents, sadly it took hold of me so I had to give it up, I go back on occasions and take my two mini lops in for the residents to make a fuss of which they love.

Obviously with time on my hands I took to my crafting, I got an A plus, when I left Sudbury upper school in 1984 in art.  I’m no professional and only do it as a hobby, but people have commented on my work and have often asked if I have ever thought about selling it. I call my hobby, WEIRD AND RUSTIC GOTHIC CRAFT, because its always done there and then when I get an idea or design come to my head.  All my work is rustic made but also with care and thought.  

I do almost anything that come to mind, I did some masquerade face masks last year.  My craft keeps the mind in order, as there is so much to think about. I enjoy what I do, gladly this and another sold at a fete at the place I worked, so I am hoping the craft fair in April will start off the inspiration, and inspire people that my work is a one off and there will never be another and its different.

Here are some pictures of the most recent items I have done.”















H & F Candles…

“I’ve always loved candles and decided to start making them a couple of years ago – it started as a hobby and is now a small business. I love experimenting with different fragrances and always have my candles and wax melts burning at home!”


























Our next event…the spring craft fair at St. Peters, Sudbury.

Posted by Kylie on Friday 20th April 2018






























Our first event of 2018…the Spring craft fair at Sudbury.

Posted by Kylie on Monday 29th January 2018