UNIQUE BOUTIQUE FAIRS in DORSET
Blandford's Georgian Corn Exchange provides a perfect setting for this unique Vintage Boutique Fair where buyers can chat with the friendly group of specialist sellers & browse at leisure through a fabulous array of vintage clothing, fashion accessories and jewellery, English and French textiles, Brocante, decorative furniture, furnishings, garden and homeware and a carefully chosen selection of handmade gifts.
The free drop-in crochet workshop will be running again throughout the day
Friday, 11 April 2014
Thursday, 27 March 2014
Monday, 13 January 2014
Friday, 10 January 2014
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
After Christmas I'll be in touch with previous stallholders to confirm re-booking, and as soon as I know what spaces are available I'll contact people on the waiting list.
I'll post regular updates here about the treats in store, and also on the fair facebook page
Please give me your email address if you'd also like to receive the Fair Newsletter.
With very best wishes at this busy time of year,
Thursday, 24 October 2013
Victoria Hopper of Vic Loves To Knit, from Romsey in Hampshire, is such a keen knitter that she bought this wonderful vintage birdcage to house knitted birds! 'I’ve been looking for one for ages, so I’m really pleased,' she said.
Interior designer Annabel Elliot (pictured centre, with Elizabeth Horsey and Heather Shepherd) is the Duchess of Cornwall’s sister and has worked on many Duchy of Cornwall estate projects. She had a successful sweep on doll's furniture for her shop at the Once Upon a Time stand.
Thursday, 17 October 2013
Tuesday, 15 October 2013
A huge thankyou to stallholders, helpers, tearoom ladies, Pearl Lowe, Sara & her crochet workshop, Dairy House Antiques who supplied Pearl's book-signing setting, Bright Blooms in Shaftesbury for the flowers, caretakers, public, everyone who promoted, took flyers, displayed posters, shared, talked about, blogged and gossiped.
A personal thankyou to friends who popped in to deliver a hug!
Loads of photos below so I'll say no more. . .