Free Admission

Friday 12 November 2021
3.00 p.m. – 7.00.p.m.
&
Saturday 13 November 2021
10.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
at
Alphington Village Hall
Ide Lane, Exeter EX2 8UP

Free parking, Level access & Disabled facilities

Artisan Craft Features Woodwork Glasswork Ceramics Textiles Leatherwork Jewellery Teddy Bears Photography Handmade Chocolates Art (various genres) At Alphington Village Hall

Woodwork

Glasswork

Ceramics

Textiles

Leatherwork

Jewellery

Teddy Bears

Photography

Handmade Chocolates

Art

There is something to tempt and please everyone, so do come and support your local craftsmen and women, talk with them about their making processes, and buy something beautiful, made with love and skill, either for yourself, your home, or as a gift.

Original painting

This lovely seascape painting from Annukka Costello will be available at the Artisan Craft Fair.

A beautiful glass panel by Paul Trick would be great in the garden. They come in various sizes and come complete with Paul’s clever and easy installation kit. Get one at the Artisan Craft Fair and see your garden glow.

Glass panel
Wooden box with robin

Jane Natolie (Jinnee Designs) will be exhibiting her useful box with handpainted robin motif at the Artisan Craft Fair. He looks very perky doesn’t he!

These lovely scarves are perfect for keeping the winter winds at bay. Sophie Cadogan will have a great selection to choose from at the Artisan Craft Fair. More gorgeous things designed by Sophie can be seen on her website: http://www.cadogans.co.uk

Cosy scarves
Workbag

The perfect workbag is handmade in leather by Hilary Johnson and isn’t it just so smart! See it at the Artisan Craft Fair! Lots more on Hilary’s website: http://www.hilaryjohnsonhandmade.co.uk

Textured sterling silver earrings that maker Yvonne Doney says make her think of boats with their sails furled. Take them home with you from the Artisan Craft Fair. Visit her website, too: http://www.yvonnedoneyjewellery.co.uk

Silver earrings
Melts & candle

Make your home smell gorgeous with wax melts, candles and diffusers made by All Things Nice. All available from the Artisan Craft Fair.

This workbasket has been lovingly created by Andrew Spilsbury using beautiful cherrywood. See it at the Artisan Craft Fair on 12th and 13th November. Not long to wait! Andrew’s website has more:  https://www.spilsburyshakerbox.co.uk

Hayleigh Stedman is an illustrator and graphic artist just starting out on her artisan career. We’re betting she’ll go far. Show her lots of encouragement at the Artisan Craft Fair.

Shona Duncan is all about fragrances. Her candles are scented with organic botanicals she grows herself and are set in gorgeous vintage china. She also offers a refilling service for her large candles. See more at her website: https://www.cocklesandheart.co.uk

These lovely handprinted trays are by Annukka Costello. Why have a boring one when you could have one (or both!) of these. See Annukka’s work at the Artisan Craft Fair and visit her website. www.artist-annukka-costello.co.uk

Judith Otto, of Crafty Jay, makes, among lots of other things, unique ceramic buttons like these. Great choices for knitters! Her website is: https://www.craftyjay.co.uk

This necklace by Yvonne Doney is made of Roman glass, which is between 750 and 1500 years old. The pieces show wonderful colours, and are joined with handmade sterling silver links. Sure to be remarked on!

Such gorgeous colours in these glass coasters with a cow parsley print. They are by Terry meets Julie (Julie Stedman) and can be obtained from the Artisan Craft Fair in Alphington, Exeter, on Friday 12th November and Saturday 13th November. Treat yourselves!

Or you could have these, with a delightful picture of a cow among the buttercups. she seems to have snaffled quite a few of them already, and I don’t think the others are going to last much longer, judging by the look in her eye! You will be spoilt for choice at the Artisan Craft Fair, so don’t miss it – Friday 12th November from 3.00–7.00 p.m. and Saturday 13th November from 10.00 a.m.–4.30 p.m.