A Showcase of Local Artists at Made in Middlewich

Last weekend we held our regular Made in Middlewich event at St Mary’s Parish Hall. It was a lovely day, with bright sunshine and a chill in the air, and we all enjoyed good company, tasty cake, and lots of colourful crafts to sample. The event was run by the Middlewich Creative, a collective of local artists and makers who are keen to bring the community together in celebration of the talent and skill of our residents. We were serenaded by the AMICI Chamber Choir throughout the day, and what a lovely group of musicians they are!


Here is a selection of the stalls we had on offer. I think they speak for themselves:

This was the work of local artist Ian Hill-Smith, who can be found at the Boatyard Artspace Gallery.

Here we have Ruth from Pintail Jewellery, and Emma from Emma E Westmacott Art demonstrating their skills and enjoying the sunshine.

You can see more of Marioyaba art and crafts over at the Boatyard Artspace, and Fine China Creations by Sara-Eden will exhibit at events in the local area.

There was a variety of fabric crafts, quilting and knitting projects by St Mary’s Craft Group.


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And, of course, there were the Redcliffe Novels by yours truly! Have you got your copy of My Vampire Boyfriend yet? Read it now!

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