We are really looking forward to getting back to Lavenham village hall for our annual Christmas craft market on the 12th November 2022 and getting into the festive mood.  We have a fully booked venue jam packed with a wonderful selection of handmade crafts, amongst our makers attending are Sense Collective, Gillygiles Felts, Caroline Blake Jewellery, M S Glass, Letterwords, Art JMT, Bev’s Pantry, Alison Howlett, Little Jo Art, The Alice and Grace Candle/Melt Co, Kay Shorter, Nikki’s Folly Jewellery, MJB Images, Lackford Quilts, Potion and Pearl Crafts, Cortissa, Bee Kay Handcrafted Cards, Darin’s Stix and Bitz, The Tiny Soap Lab, Mervyn Linford Author, Hugs by Helen, Sandstorm Glass, Jules Art, Home Grown Gnomes, Georga Wickens, April Blossom Studios, Don Hawkley Ceramics, The card Girl, Little Lime Design Co, Highwood Craft, Gareth Davies, Debbie Jones and Justine Love.

Jules Art…

“I am a local Pet Portrait Artist, passionate about my work and love what I do. I create an unforgettable, bespoke gift, an unexpected surprise or a loving memory. It can even be for yourself. I take great care and precision to portray your pet’s, energy and character in paint form. I capture the soul of the pet, “You’ve even captured the mark on the tip of his nose!”

Instagram: http://instagram.com/Jules_Art_Suffolk


Gareth Davies…

Rustic Woodcraft
All items made using reclaimed/recycled pallet wood. Many of the items are made to give an antique look and some include original nail/screw holes for authenticity.
Products Include.
  • storage chests/ trunks – prices from £35.00
  • wall hanging garden planters – prices from £12.00
  • garden planters/pot holders – prices from £7.50
  • faux cactus and xmas trees – prices from £5.00
  • rustic shelves – prices from £10.00
  • bird boxes/feeders – prices from £5.00

Don Hawkley Ceramics…

“Don Hawkley is a Suffolk artist who’s work in both clay and paint is informed and inspired by the coast, skies and estuaries of his local environment. Don will be bringing some of his smaller, unique stoneware pieces which are both decorative and functional. Designs range from the flowing nature of the Suffolk coastline and a special collection of individually hand-crafted tiny animals which adorn some of the pieces.”