Finally, Back in Action!

Please join us for the

Vern Burton Christmas Fair

December 7th 9-5

and 8th 10-4

here in Port Angeles.

After major surgery and a long recovery the creative juices have been flowing and a steady stream of new and interesting pieces have been coming out of the workshop. Looking forward to meeting up with friends and fans at the Vern Burton show. Please stop in and say Hello.

I’ve missed you!

Sequim Farmers Market

These are such lovely folks! All the vendors are terrific and work so hard to bring you quality products. 

Unfortunately I will be unable to join their ranks this year due to some health issues. I will still be making and showing chimes, but this year on a more limited basis – perhaps three or four shows instead of most weeks.

I will update this page as shows are determined. Thanks for your support! And thanks to all those who have asked – I’m so sorry, but I’m just not set up to sell from home.

Away This Week

Won’t be at Sequim Farmers Market this week but expect to be back on October 6th.

Playing hooky so I can have lunch with my mother.

Was just accepted into the Vern Burton show in PA on December 1 and 2. I’m so excited – this is a lovely show with so many talented artists!

 

Thank you…

winning chime

… to our new friends and fans in Sequim!

We entered this wind chime in the Irrigation Festival ‘Reuse, Recycle and Repurpose Showcase‘ over the weekend and it won the ‘Functional’ category!

The chime was made from a bread tray, salt (or pepper) shaker, pie lifters, forks, spoons – all silverplate.  All these pieces came from thrift stores; the beads are recycled glass. Even the bit of copper wire on the salt shaker is a leftover from our house re-wiring.

Thanks also to Serenity House for sponsoring the event, and for the lovely prize.

We’ll be back with the Sequim Farmers Market

on the Plaza 9-3 on April 12th.

We’ve Moved!

Thanks so much to all our friends and supporters in the MetroWest area of MA…we’re sorry to leave you but so happy to be back home on the West Coast.

We can now be found 9-3 most Saturdays, May to October, at the Sequim Farmer’s Market in Sequim, WA – starting this week! 🙂

This week the Market  will be at the corner of Seqium Ave and Washington St because the Irrigation Festival   will be in our usual home at the Civic Center Plaza.  

 

 

Last Show For a While…

Please join us at the Framingham High School  Holiday Marketplace. Have heard lots of great things about this show – a new one for me – and am looking forward to seeing all the wonderful creations other folks have made.

Saturday, December 3rd 10am to 4pm.

Directions here: www.framingham.k12.ma.us/fhs

Lots of new (and beautiful!) inventory…some big chimes and some little ones, and some even light up!

Looks like major rotator cuff surgery for me after the holidays so I’ll be out of commission for quite a while. If you’d like chimes this is the time.

 

 

The Season Begins…

After a summer of collecting, polishing, smashing and assembling we’re almost ready…

We have three shows booked this season: 

  • Metro West Humane Society

on Framingham Common

Saturday 17 September, 2016

  • 36th Annual Harvest Fair – Holliston Historical Society
    547 Washington Street
    Holliston, MA  01746

Sunday 25 September, 2016

  • First Parish Framingham – Pies on the Common

on Framingham Common

Saturday 15 October, 2016