From 17th November until 9th December I am exhibiting my recent life drawings at The Didsbury Parsonage as part of the Making It Happen exhibition If you are in Manchester on Sunday 18th November, please do come along to our preview from 1-3pm.
See you soon x
Here’s What’s On, Forthcoming Events at By Lisa Watson;
I enjoy being part of makers fairs across the country. The atmosphere is always lively at fairs and it’s fun to talk to fellow makers&attendees. Thank you to everyone who takes the time to talk&purchase. Here are some forthcoming festive fair dates for your diary…Christmas is coming…
I’m next at Altrincham Market on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th November, then again on Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd December and on Friday 14th, Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th December
Visit my What’s On page for more of my forthcoming fair dates.
See you soon x
Is your heating on now? Mine is! I’m notoriously nesh which goes right against my celtic roots, but might explain one of the reasons for my passion for authentic British textiles. If any excuse were needed to wrap up warm in a cosy British Woollen Blanket or a sumptuous Harris Tweed Quilt now the chilly mornings & cold nights are here, now is the time you can truly indulge in some delicious cosseting at home.
Enjoy your week, keep warm & onward x
Whose the biggest star for modelling my gorgeous British made Harris Tweed and velvet patchwork quilts?
Don’t make me make a decision on this…
Sadly, neither Rufus or Rosa are included with my quilts…BUT my quilts& are an extra special gift and the festivities are around the corner…just saying…http://www.shop.quiltsbylisawatson.co.uk/
If you would like a complimentary ticket for the preview, just e-mail me & I will be happy to send you a link. Let me know?
Looking forward to catching up with you at GNCCF
Personally I love autumn
the leaves turning, the brisk mornings and warm sunny days at this time of year. Of course, this is an ideal version of the marvelously problematic British weather which like many Mancunians I can be ever so slightly obsessive about (the weather&Manchester!) However, quilts come into their own in autumn and as well as brightening up a room with a colour pop of colour on the back of the sofa, or as a eye catching runner at the end of a bed, now you can start using them too!
With cosy autumnal days cuddling up in a quilt in mind, I am taking my quilts (cushions&more!) to several markets and shows in the forthcoming months. Check out my What’s On at Quilt Towers page for more details. I’m next at Altrincham Market on Sunday 30th September See you there?