St Andrew Blackadder Parish Church

Gosh it’s been a jewellery filled week, and I’ve not even had a chance to post an update.

Had a great evening with lots lovely people down at the Coffee & Crafts Evening organised by 138th Guides down in Portobello. They managed to raise over four hundred pounds for St Columbus Hospice through various fund raising efforts, so a big well done to all the guides and people that came along. I’ve also sold the last of the Green, Yellow and Black hand blown glass at the coffee evening, so you’ll have to wait until I get more from the US if you were looking for one.

I’ve made up another bunch of jewellery, so there’s more Murano and Hand Blown Glass that needs to get photographed and added to the website. The Murano and Hand blown Glass sections are close to complete. Unfortunately there’s a lot of the Swarovski still to be added, but at least it’s mostly been photographed.

The craft fair in North Berwick was a lot of fun and all the stall holders were lovely. I’d particularly like to thank the Murano addicts from Silk By Kas (stunning painted silk at a great price) for all their purchases. I hope I didn’t take all your profits :-) If you saw me at the show, but didn’t get a chance to buy anything, I’ll be along in Gullane on the 28th November and 12th of December so you have another couple of chances to pick up presents.

I have also booked another fair in Edinburgh, down at the Arts Market in Dalmeny Street on the 5th of December . It’s my only fair in Edinburgh between now and Christmas, so mark it in your diary if you live in Edinburgh.

I’ve got a bit of a break in the craft fairs. Nothing on until the end of November, but at least it means I can concentrate a little more on the website and writing a few more articles.

Oh, and if you are generally interested in buying hand made goods in Edinburgh, Why not join the Facebook Group I run to keep everyone in the loop. Strangely enough, It’s called Craft Fairs in Edinburgh .

Phew… That’s enough for now :-)

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