Saturday, 30 July 2011

Morag McGee Ceramics on Folksy

Well, I finally got round to it.... I have taken decent images of my most recent Doric Delft and listed them on Folksy - an online marketplace for all things handmade.  Next step is photographing the rest,  AND all the jewellery and posting it up on Etsy too!

heres some images and the link to my Folksy Shop

Fit Like - low box

Fit Like - Smudge

Fit Like - gold



Fit Like - Small

Quinie - low box

Fit Like - patch

Fit Like - long

Gold Ladder

Spleet New


Quinie - unravelling


Mince and tatties

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Portsoy Ahoy!

What a fine day for an Affa Fine outing!
the sun was blazing and despite a much smaller space than we were expecting, we set up our stall at the craft marquee at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival on Portsoy. It felt like thousands of people came past, some nice work from makers such as Adrift, who make lovely books and sculptures in wood. It was so busy and the beer tent was so far away, however, a very handy pair of visitors ( thanks Mum and Ron) brought back samples of the Black Isle brewery's finest.
Drink responsibly folks!

Adrift wood sculpture

Aubeebop jewellery

Small Stories

Ceramics set up

Monsieur Thompson

Mr and Mrs Stewart

Location:Links Rd,,United Kingdom

Friday, 1 July 2011

Tetris with an estate car

Well, I should be on bed but I'm still sorting out, pricing and consolidating work into boxes. So far the bulk of work is done, strung necklaces, wired earrings and made brooches. They are all on boxes and ready to present at Portsoy!

Hopefully I will be able to get into the marquee tomorrow evening to suss out the space!

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