Friday september 10th 2010
Orford House Social Club
73 Orford Road
Walthamstow Village E17 9NQ
Here's the schedule for the Craftivista Social Club DIY Craft Night
8pm - 11.30 pm DIY Craft Night
8.15pm Lindy Workshop with Jerome Anderson
9.30 Burlesque Tease with Vermilion Embers
9.45 The Obscuritones (Rockabilly band)
10.30 DJ Jake Holloway
*Ukulele Troubadours at the door will welcome you in!
Fully licensed bar.
Limited parking spaces available.
Sponsored by Etsy and Coats
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Friday, 13 August 2010
Craft Guerrilla August Craft Market.Saturday 28th of August from 10 am to 5.30 pm. Beautiful Interiors shop garden. 34 Orford Rd. Walthamstow London E17 9NJ
Thank you all who donated to the Craft Guerrilla TOMBOLA!Your donations are gladly received and will go towards paying for the E17 Art Trail event...The Craftivista Social Club.
We salute you,you gorgeous,talented and generous designer makers!
We've received quite a nice selection of hand made goodies and not a straw donkey in sight.
So if you fancy trying your luck come down to the last summer fair of the season and
have a go...at £1 a spin it really is worth a flutter!
Have a look at what you can win...these lovelies listed below have donated prizes to the tombola:
Yellow bird hats
Queenie & Ted
Cut Click Magazine
Linda Green Ceramics
Monday, 2 August 2010
I love this!
We tweeted the craft world to send us their lovely products so we could review them for you. Honksville replied and sent us a few samples of what they make.
First I tried their tote. "Beautiful" I thought "but is it big enough to take my folder,book and lunch?" Well no doubt you figured out that I'm a busy gal so I need a bad ass bag that is both on the right side of cute and roomy to accommodate all my paraphernalia. The good news is that...Hooray,it all fitted!!!
This is good...well made,sturdy,nice choice of fabrics and screen printed with their own inimitable designs.
The Badge is also very cool...a soft badge as opposed to the other sort you see around which are great in their own way but this is again very much "Honksville". You get the feeling that their products reflect the humour of this Canterbury duo and that there is a definite "Honsville" touch.
I really hope they go far as it's just the type of thing I like...green(they use responsibly sourced and organic materials where possible) slightly dark,childish and fun!
You can visit the web site: www.honksville.com
or meet them in the flesh at the next Summer Craft Guerrilla Market on Saturday 28th of August.
For the next craft night we have a very special mini workshop. Here's a great opportunity to make something which you can use as a material in a craft project and a skill in itself.
Louise Batten will be showing you how to make Dorset Buttons!These little cuties are perfect for making all sorts of accessories or to adorn a pretty vintage cardigan.
"Learn to make you own traditional Dorset Buttons. These gorgeous buttons can be sewn onto garments or made into earrings, we'll show you how!
You'll receive all the materials and equipment you need to make five buttons, plus full instructions to take home."
to book please email: email@example.com
Thursday 12th of August from 9pm. All materials and tutoring included.