The list of crafters and makers to visit: the annual Crafty-Crawl, Sunday 17 November 2019

home-made art

Planet South Bank presents…

… a delightful trail round the streets of South Bank, showcasing local crafters, makers, printers and artists. Our huge thanks to Pie Waller for working so hard to create this year’s event.

Crafty Crawl    Sunday 17th November 2019    12 noon – 4pm

 

 

List of participating venues (in street alphabetical order):

The Knavesmire Pub, Albemarle Road,  YO23 1ER

Rich Gresswell – local landscape and nature photography.”You can buy my pictures as art greetings cards for all occasions. Instagram link: @richgresswell.photography

Ian Lightfoot – “My birds of prey pictures form a series called “Harvest Moon”. Paintings depict wildfowl that roam our countryside – a tradition pre-dating Thomas Bewick that satisfied the demand for adorning walls of stately homes. Contemporary eyes see differently; the fox, for instance, or the badger – formed by pastoral politics. “Harvest Moon” is a series of nocturnes for sale that celebrate these wonderful creatures.

Herald Armer – recently retired crafter selling dicroic glass jewellery, Christmas baubles and seaglass mosaics.

The Winning Post Pub, 127 – 129 Bishopthorpe Road,  YO23 1NZ

Emilie Rodgers  –  hand-painted and decorated footwear and tote bags; each piece a unique work of art, often embellished with charms, lace, jewels, metallic paint, copper leaf and glitter or all of the above! Buy 1 matching pair…or don’t…buy 2 different shoes to show your uniqueness! It’s up to you!

Charlotte Dawson  – is a local jewellery maker, artist and facilitator. Her jewellery combines a variety of materials such as copper, silver, gemstone beads and found objects.

Sylvia – a range of hand-knitted cushions, bags, decorative toys, hats and accessories.

Marc Godfrey-Murray  – local printmaker focussing on lino and screen print. Influences include the beautiful  city of York

Cheryl Alexander – The Sewentist – funky children’s clothes, unusual fabric bags

Carrie Lyall – (Rose and Hen) creates linocut prints and handstitched notebooks with a modern yet classical feel, featuring nature and botanical themes.

Jane Milliner – handcrafted cards with a focus on unicorns and fantasy.

151 Bishopthorpe Road YO23 1PA

Laura Kent – Christmas decorations/gifts and plant based gifts

Melissa  David – cloth bags, purses, baby blankets, pencil cases, scrunchies and soft toys

11 Cameron Grove YO23 1LE

Margaret Hockey – uses recycled materials to make items for the home. She also makes brooches using vintage buttons, cards, lino prints and mosaics. Also Harris Tweed landscapes and brooches and hand and machine knits in pure wool. Also coastal cottages scenes using driftwood  and wood  offcuts.

Susan Jordan – Handmade bags and pouches using interesting fabrics. Felt pictures and mixed media collage.

28 Charlton Street, YO23 1JN

Petra Smith – Handmade greetings cards for all occasions.

52 Millfield Road, YO23  1NQ

Jo Yeates – Made at 52.  Textile art and mixed media collage using many repurposed vintage materials. Affordable and unique gifts

1 Norfolk Street, YO23 1JY

Naomi  Whittaker– colourful handmade fused and stained glass. From Christmas decorations to coasters to candle holders, plates and window panels. Lots of glass to brighten up your home or give as gifts. Gift vouchers for lessons available.

The Trafalgar Bay Pub, 7 Nunnery Lane, YO23 1AB

Anna Jones – “Art in the Attic”  Anna works in textiles and mixed media making a variety of items including – hand painted phone pouches, tweed purses, embroidery, altered books and more.

Nicky Brunger – Designs and sells cross stitch kits, patchwork book covers and zipped pouches.

Heather Stead – The Bow 2 Girls: handmade hair accessories and small home gifts, mostly for child-based audience.

Nicola Harper – “My work is mainly based on crochet, including pompom hats. Also one of a kind    sewn cushions and smaller items such as notebooks. I have started making textile art, inspired by the landscape and my favourite places.”

Lisa-marie Newman – Creative Avenues – Mosaics

Rowntree Park –  in the Friends Clubhouse under the Reading Café (NB this location is open 11.30 to 3.30)

Soft toys and Christmas decorations made by Friends Craft Group   

79 Russell Street, YO23 1NN   

Sarah Penn – makes knitted eco items: dishcloths, soap bags, tissue pockets and food bags. Also recycled cards and plants to purify indoor air.

Pat Hunter – makes modern collage/embroidery cards and pictures from found, recycled and new materials.

82 Scarcroft Road, YO23 1DD 

Di Hennell -‘My Material World’  Affordable handmade gifts: Jewellery: brooches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets. Cards, Christmas decorations, gloves, notebooks. Pictures (felt and bamboo fibres) Monoprints. Window hangings, Magic Wands, Baby Boots, Wooden Jigsaws and MORE!

3 Scott Street, YO23 1NR

Pie Waller – Carved eraser stamps, daft badges, pompoms and beeswax food wraps

Joy Simpson – is an award winning painter who will be bringing her portfolio to show to people who may want to buy or commission a painting. Handmade cards, digitally designed prints and accessories.

Lu Mason  – makes brooches and necklaces out of acrylic. She is inspired by a wide variety of subject matter, including fabric designs of the 1950’s, the natural world of plants and animals, and the human form. She makes small subtle brooches as well as large striking pieces, including necklaces. She hopes that everyone might find something that amuses or interests them and tries to keep her prices affordable.

Also for sale: Felt birds, colourful block prints, and unique Secret Santa gifts.

 

 

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1 Response to The list of crafters and makers to visit: the annual Crafty-Crawl, Sunday 17 November 2019

  1. Hope it’s a great day for everyone – there is lots to see. Enjoy meeting all the makers and keep our local area full of vibrant, enterprising, creative people!

    Paper copies of the list of participants and venues are available just inside the door at Sainsburys
    (on the corner of Scarcroft and Bishopthorpe Road)

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