We wander round the Textile marquee at the Country Life at the Castle event at Hever Castle in Kent.
Hever Castle in Kent played host last summer to Country Life at the Castle where they had not only quilts on display in a marquee (see part 1) but also lots of rural crafts. Here we wander round the textile and craft marquee where we meet (amongst others) (and in no particular order)
Mark Smith with his unique guitars made from unique items, such as biscuit tins but they are still playable! www.theguitarsmith.com
Bumbleberry Quilting Studio – where you need to go to get your tops turned into quilts www.bumbleberryquilts.co.uk
Laura Hollis – who works in ceramics often with a seaside theme www.laurahollis.com
Mary McFadden – ceramic with designs inspired by Nature & the sea contact number is: 07958629471
Mongolian Cashmere and crafts from Cirencester www.mongoliancashmereandcrafts.com
Ted Summerhayes – Woodcarver: contact tel number: 01732 810635
Sylvia Critcher with her corded and stuffed work: for more information email@example.com
Woodturner Steve Dell – www.stevedellwoodturning.com
Fenton’s of Kent – Handmade Soaps: cotnact tel number: 01732 761376
Boughton Alpacca – with knitted yarn & items from her own herd: contact tel number : 07754767443
Artist and textile teacher Christine Cooper: for more information about her workshops you need to email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosemary Mclevey – 01322401564 textile demonstrator
Christine Reynolds is also a textile artist, who enjoys quilting and embroidery and you can contact her at: email@example.com
The dates for this year are 14-16th September 2012 For further details about this and other events that are held throughout the year at Hever Castle and open times call 01732 865224 or go to www.hevercastle.co.uk/WhatsOn.aspx
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