I hand make a selection of items to sell on my market stall. I am focusing on garments this year but I know that cushion covers and lavender bags will continue to make an appearance.

Recently I have been persuaded to add my homemade soups to the mix  during some of the colder weekends.

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I am not a blogger but will occasionally post something that I think you may enjoy, not always about my market life but my life in general.

These aprons are the first garments that I made for my stall and are still my favourite. They now come in various colours and sizes.

I am gradually adding other items such as fisherman’s smocks and trousers. Watch this space!

It has taken me a while to settle on the type of bag I want to make and have now fallen in love with large and roomy Japanese style bags. They come in a variety of colours and fabrics and styles but will always have room for just about anything!

 My preferred fabric has always been linen, I just love the feel and it is wonderful to work with. As long as it is natural I will use almost any fabric and I have been known to let something of dubious provenance slip through as long as it is beautiful!

My latest venture is a homemade soup stall. For some time I have brought soup to market on sundays to share, so due to enthusiasm on my part and encouragement of others I have decided to make it more regular, at least for the colder months. I hope there will be something to suit everyone.