Sunday was a hit I was so busy enjoying it I forgot to take pictures. This is at the end when all the warm apple juice and rosehip punch was gone. The chickens came and have decided to stay so can now be found for sale at Maisie Daisy mill street craft shop in Sidmouth. made by a clever Artist Julie Hester.
Thank you everyone for coming sorry we ran out of chairs.Big bag of thanks to Sue for the best homemade cake,Claire (Sidmouth poppy}for being Claire and showing us some crocheting and Fliss for helping .
The shop front, we are not on the main high street, a bit tucked away, but lucky for us lovely people seem to always find us and the place has curated a little buzz.
more window pics not easy to photo glass, without reflections. If anyone knows a better way?
Paulines section of important crafty things one of her loves is doing the needle felting courses
My Area - Hats,Dolls Apron Dresses and broaches ect
I Seem to have only took pics on one side of the shop the other is the big table for workshops.
Maisy Daisy is open wed-sat 10-4.30. 38 mill street Sidmouth Ex108df. (between the ford and the swan Inn)
Seasonal Sundays .We welcome you to a little gathering in the shop to celebrate Pauline and I joining together to deliver workshops and a crafty place to be, so if you are not to far away drop by and say hi. I hope to have made new dolls and hats just for that day and hope to get friends to come and spin and knit and share skill. As I'm not well enough to travel to do craft fairs this year I thought lets do it in the shop. December is such a busy month so lets Celebrate autumn.
Acorn Sunday 24th of November 2- 4.30 at Maisie Daisy mill street craft shop Sidmouth. Ex10 8df