Exciting times: this week the inaugural Handmade Edinburgh opens its doors.
My distinctly British, Quilts, Cushions & more will be there. See you on stand M47 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/
Celebrate all things wool this week, including of course my deliciously cosy Harris Tweed Quilts and Yorkshire Woollen Blankets, all of course authentically 100% British made. Why do I choose to use wool in my distinctly British quilts, cushions and more? Apart from wishing to champion the excellent and great British woollen industry, I like the warming texture of wool and it’s a natural breathable fibre.
Enjoy your woolly week (in a good way) Baa!
It was my first visit to Burghley Horse Trials last week and it didn’t disappoint. The Country Living Makers Marquee and my stand within it were ideally situated for excellent viewing of the eventing on Saturday. As it was just me manning my stall throughout, I didn’t have any opportunity to investigate the site, but I was kept up to date with competitor developments as thankfully a fellow exhibitor Claire knows what’s what and who’s who in eventing.
And in between the highly enjoyable activity of people and dog watching throughout the four days, I had some excellent chats with exhibitors & visitors, and made some sales. Thank you to all my Burghley customers.