People and places to share People and pages I'd like to share with you - these addresses are not necessarily recommendations but are intended for your interest, and I can take no responsibility for any contact you have with that site, or the products or services you may buy from them (sorry, I have to say that!) Watch out for info on facebook and please come and Like the page: https://www.facebook.com/fantasiesinflight
http://www.surreyguildofcraftsmen.co.uk/ I am current Chair of The Surrey Guild of Craftsmen. The Guild has a shop in Milford - lots of lovely things for unusual gifts (and for yourself!) However, not all Surrey Guild of Craftsmen members have work in the shop but they can be found on the website and through that to their own websites. http://www.surreyopenstudios.org.uk/ "The aim of this website", it says on the first page, "is to encourage networking between Surrey artists and crafts people and to help advertise their work to the wider public". For a couple of weeks every year you can also visit members' studios and see their work - from embroidery to pottery, printing to, well, felting! http://www.feltmakers.com/ I am a member of The International Feltmakers Association which was established "to promote felt in all its forms, for artists, students, professionals and enthusiasts interested in the history, art and making of felt" - their magazine is a regular source of inspiration as is their FB page. http://www.campaignforwool.org/ Working in felt, how could I not support this organisation? The Campaign for Wool aims to "re-establish wool as one of the most natural and sustainable fibres known in the world of fabrics and to promote the inherent wonderful properties already known to its enthusiasts" www.heritagecrafts.org.uk This site is fascinating and an insight into how traditional crafts are gradually disappearing
I hope you will also take at look at these sites where my work is on sale - not always the same things, of course, as many are one-offs https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/FlightsOfFantasyGB https://folksy.com/shops/shafeenan http://www.mensa.org.uk/ Mensa is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. It is a non-profit organization open to people who score at the 98th percentaile or higher on a standardised, supervised IQ or other approved intelligence test. I have been a member for more than 45 years - my husband thinks they made a mistake...
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