Busy with Sales.

It has been a busy few weeks with sales a plenty and still more to come....this is the next..

The Hand Sale last weekend at the beautiful 20thC Theatre, 291 Westbourne park Road, was the most diverse so far, amazing jewellery, cashmere, tee shirts, paperworks, fabulous French antiques and of course Little Badger. I met up with some old customers and Hand's visitors were the most glamorous so far ....... naming no names!
My old friend Sam was there, she will be selling Little Badger booties and a few other pieces in iconic shop The Cross from Friday 30th November. 

We were reminiscing, it was 17 years ago almost to the day, that The Cross first opened it's doors.  Sam and Sarah O'keefe of Hibiscus took a three month lease, way ahead of the  POP UP SHOP trend and were the first to stock Little Badger.
I can clearly remember my muse Martha crawling across the floor aged 10 months..... she will be 18 in a weeks time, she was and still is a Wild Child...

Lots of press for  Homemade this past month too;

With mentions in The Saturday Telegraph magazine by lovely Daisy Bridgewater, an offer in the Weekend Express, and this  great feature  in Deecember's edition of  Living South and it's sister magazine Blackheath and Greenwich's The Guide.
Thanks to journalist Karen Jensen Jones for interviewing me and writing such a lovely piece.
My name even made the cover.

My wonderful local bookshop in Dulwich Village has a display of some of the Christmas makes from Homemade Christmas and I shall be signing and selling books at a local school, Alleyns at their Holly Fair on Saturday 1st December.

Nearly time to say this

but not quite as there are 2 more sales after W14...

Meantime I  found this lovely image of a design I made about 10 years ago and would like to update it for next Winter '13. Inspired by the old American Mary Maxim patterns from the 1950's it still has huge appeal.