Kensington is always an opportunity to see great artists and artisans and this show was no exception.
I couldn't resist an exquisite little doll by Victoria Heredia Guerbos from Spain who also had the tiniest perfect little angels and plants.
Apart from purchasing supplies it was good to catch up with old friends who were all showing and selling wonderful examples of their work.
Deb Jackson had some wonderful new unique creations in 144th scale - this is her French Haberdashery Shop.
Trigger Pond were in their usual place with their finely detailed period houses - each time I see them I notice another quirky little detail I hadn't noticed before.
Amongst the great dolls on show, Jain Squires (Giddy Kipper) and Julie Cambell both had fabulous new original characters, although by the time I arrived their stands had lots of gaps.
So many other stands stood out, I wish there was room to mention them all. Thanks to all the traders - hope you had a good weekend.
In workshop news - I really mean kits - we're getting there!
We're also running a club workshop in July which will be lots of fun. Prototypes completed. Phew!
And maybe just another quick look at Cornwall........
|The inspiring Eden Project|