Clare Howieson will be there with her beautiful silver work. She is a Cambridge based jeweller who combines delicate textures with abstract shapes to create distinctive contemporary pieces. These look hard to resist!
Not only is Lazy Giraffe working hard to ensure we have a successful craft fair, but she also makes jewellery, including pieces with lovely names like sweet dreams, damson and the one I like - honeydew.
MomentsbyMartha will also be taking a break from organising Oxford Handmade and displaying her 'Onyx&' range of necklaces, part of the CUBICbyMartha collection. I like this one, tiny cubes of midnight black onyx are strung together, with a cube of smooth lemony prehnite.
I know I am going to find it hard to walk home without spending my takings on a Pennydog resin pendant. She creates lovely work which I have featured here before. She also has a book and £1 from each sale goes to the Retired Greyhound Trust.
And yet more silversmith delights will be on show from Quercus Silver who works in resin and silver. I seem to be drawn to anything sea inspired today, like this ring.
Turned and Twisted describe themselves as a crazy couple on the wrong side of 40 creating madness and mess throughout the house. Louise is the jewellery maker with a love of beading and chainmaille. This bracelet looks like it would feel lovely to wear.
Softy Walter promises you this will be the softest jewellery you will ever wear! And it certainly looks like that! I love the colours. They look good enough to eat.
For some spring inspired charm, MyAphrodite will be there with her jewels, including this sweet Fledgling Dreams necklace.
Button Moon will be there too with an array of button inspired jewellery, including bracelets, earrings and button necklaces galore.
As well as being a clutter loving, perfectionist, tea drinking lady, Snappy sausage is also a jewellery maker, combining fused glass, found objects and illustration in her charming work.
And finally, Snag Dragon Beads is a talented bead weaver, armed with a needle and thread and a carefully selected palette of beads, creating a colourful range of pendants, brooches, bracelets and earrings.
Phew! Pretty much something for everyone there! Have a good weekend. I'll be busy making cats and dogs and a few Easter bunnies too!