I finally got round to going to a Crafty Fox Market last week at The Geffrye Museum in Hoxton. I heard about them on twitter and have been meaning to get to one for ages. I’m glad I finally got around to it and I wasn’t disappointed. There were lots of things to see from some super talented designer/makers who were selling at the event. These are some of the stalls that stood out to me.
When I walked in to the market one of the first things my eyes were drawn to were these lovely geometric necklaces by one we made earlier.
This fun looking display and the colourful plant pots by This Way To The Circus also jumped out at me, there were some other plant and flower items I really loved as well.
Stand out stalls
But for me the stand out was probably these things made from old bike parts by Joe of Bespoke Spokes. As someone who loves reusing things in different ways and finding new uses for old items in my design work, they really caught my attention.
It was good to meet and chat to Penny of Little Nomad selling this gorgeous handmade jewellery inspired by her travels. There was lots of really nice jewellery on sale on the night but I think I’d have to say these pieces as my favourite.
This is a selection of some of the other unique jewellery on sale at the market. I love these ceramic pieces by Made By Me Me Me.
If I hadn’t already finished by the time I visited I could definitely have done most of my christmas shopping while I was there. I will definitely be checking out another Crafty Fox Market at some point.