Wednesday, 30 March 2011

This is Bazaar - Easter event

Vendor callout
Applications are now invited for This is Bazaar's Easter market at CUBE Cafe, Deda
5 spaces available
Date:  Saturday 16 April
Time:  9.30am - 3pm (setup from 9am)
Venue: CUBE Cafe, Deda (Google map
Cost: £25/stall (includes table and chair)
Alternatively, if you're unable to make it to the event we can sell a smaller sampling of your products at 20% commission.
Market audience: Children and mums/parents; open to general public
Saturdays are a busy day at Deda with four classes running back to back for kids aged 5-7 years old. The last class is at 1.15pm with families staying for lunch at CUBE Cafe.  

If you are interested in participating please email us and we'll send you a vendor application. Details for payment are outlined in the application. Deadline to confirm a space is Sunday 3 April 2011.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

For more info please contact Bernice and Sasha

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

NEXT SOCIAL: Thursday 7th April

Come along to the Mezz Lounge (upstairs at Broadway Cinema) for our next social event. We'll be having a couple of beverages, discussing our latest pretties & crafty adventures as well as collecting your thoughts on events. So bring a smile and come along for an evening of crafty chat & fun!

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Craft Candy & Curiosity.Haus : Sat 26th March

So will we see any familiar faces next Saturday at Craft Candy's Spring fair?

A few members of the Nottingham Craft Mafia have stalls at this fab event so if you fancy a day trip to Sheffield to see some treasures & friendly faces pop on down!

If you can't make the trip to Sheffield then fear not! The wonderful Curiosity.Haus will be hosting their fantabulous market with lots of treasures by more local talent on offer! 

It's going to be a craft filled weekend next week! Lets hope the sunshine plans to join us again! 

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Do something funny for money...

"Red Nose Day is on Friday 18th March. It's a day like no other when the whole country gets together to do something funny for money and change countless lives in the process." -

So then Nottingham crafters and the like... what will you be doing this Red Nose Day?

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Dates for your diary.... update!

Hello Crafters!

Just stopping by to share some events with you... Spring is on the way! YAY!


Textiles Waste – Best Practice Event

Tuesday 8th March, 9.45am – 1pm, 
EMMAT / Designer Forum Office, Nottm
The Materials Recycling and Reclamation project (MATREC) is organising a Textile Waste Event
Companies come along and discover the alternate methods of disposing of your textile waste, what you can do with it and what will it be used for. Can you make money out of your cut offs and roll ends, or benefit the environment by recycling and diverting from landfill?
What can be done with old carpet or carpet cutoffs, is there a way to recycle them? Come along and discover.
Individuals Interested in recycling and the environment? Ever wondered what happens to your textiles waste? What happens to clothing you donate to charity, how do they get processed and what actually happens to them. What products could you buy or use that are made from recycled textiles.
There will be displays of locally made products using recycled clothing and textiles. If you are interested in displaying your products please call us. A question and answer session will be held after the presentations and there will also be networking opportunities.
Open to all. There is no cost to attend this event so come along and discover the opportunities. For more information or to reserve a place contact Kelly on Tel: 0115 9115339 or email:
This project is being part financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through emda's 2007 - 13 ERDF Competitiveness Programme.


Curiosity.Haus Events

Get them in your diary & most importantly get your applications in NOW!

Find out much more on their Facebook page


Craft Candy SPRING fair

Millenium Gallery, Sheffield
Saturday 26th March
10 - 4pm

Find out more at the Craft Candy website