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.
Mark Smith with his unique guitars made from unique items, such as biscuit tins but they are still playable! His website is available by clicking here.
Bumbleberry Quilting Studio, where you need to go to get your tops turned into quilts. Their facebook page is available by clicking here.
Laura Hollis, who works in ceramics often with a seaside theme. Her website is available by clicking here.
Mary McFadden is specializes in ceramic with designs inspired by Nature & the sea. Her contact number is: 07958629471.
Mongolian Cashmere and crafts from Cirencester.
Ted Summerhayes is woodcarver. His contact phone number is 01732 810635
Sylvia Critcher with her corded and stuffed work. For more information you can write her emeil by clicking here.
Facebook page of woodturner Steve Dell is available by clicking here.
Fenton’s of Kent is specializes in Handmade Soaps. Cotnact phone number is 01732 761376.
Boughton Alpacca with knitted yarn & items from her own herd. Cotnact phone number is 07754767443.
Artist and textile teacher Christine Cooper. For more information about her workshops you need to email, just click here.
Rosemary Mclevey is textile demonstrator. Her cotnact phone number is 01322401564.
Christine Reynolds is also a textile artist, who enjoys quilting and embroidery and you can email by clicking here.