Friday, 22 June 2012

Open Studios 2012



I will be opening my garden and studio for two weekends in July: 14th/15th and 28th/29th.

This is part of the wonderful Cambridge Open Studios annual event during which over 200 artists and craftspeople open their studios, workrooms and special sheds and invite the public to see how they make their work.

You are welcome to come and spend time in the garden, sit in the studio for a while, ask questions, see me making new pieces and browse my current collection. The kettle will be on.

If you would like to come along then click here for more details. It would be great to see you there!


21 comments:

marigold jam said...

How I wish I could visit! Hope you get some good weather for your open days.

Thrifty Household said...

Good Luck! (very excited to hear about the baking- what are you going to make?) I'll keep my fingers crossed for warm sunny weather on those weekends...

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Oh to be nearer to you Emma, I would love to come.
That little invitation 'to sit and enjoy the garden' sounds wonderful especially after seeing how beautiful it looks in CL. It would be lovely to see you at your work.
Wishing you success and sunshine. :)
Vivienne x

Pipany said...

Oh it's all so pretty - I want to come too! Just lovely Emma xx

Magic Bean said...

Good luck with those two weekends it is all looking pretty darn perfect. Please can we share some cake soon? Ax

Toffeeapple said...

Oh, if only I could! Have a great time with it.

Rachel said...

I wish I lived nearer, but in any case, I hope it is a great success!

... Tabiboo ... said...

Oh I wish I lived closer - i'd love to come sit in your shed, sip tea and have a good old chit chat *big sigh*

Nina xxx

Kay said...

This sounds like a wonderful event.If only I lived nearby.

Jackie said...

Your lovely blog is the best medicine. I've got a bit of a cold and feeling under the weather (Literally I think) and I've read all the way back to when you got your kiln. Congratulations on so many things:the Selvedge stand; The New Kiln; and especially the Country Living piece. (I'll be buying it this month)I'm so proud of you!
I am always envious of the fertility of your 'self-seeded' garden,it looks a picture. Good luck with the open studios.x

Amanda said...

For reasons like this I wish I lived back in the UK. It sounds absolutely heaven and accompanied by a nice cuppa tea!
Hope all goes super well over those two weekends

Amanda :-)

Scented Sweetpeas said...

We will try and come along, I must confess to feeling a little uncomfortable just rocking up and walking into someones garden however :-)

Mrs. Micawber said...

Lucky those who are able to attend!

Good luck and many sales at your Open Studio. :)

wonderwoman said...

oh how i wish could! xxxx

Thimbleanna said...

Oh. Do you HAAAAAAVVVVVEEEEE to live so far away???

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

Looks absolutely enchanting! Love the fairy wings in the post below. So cute!

Louise said...

Oh, that's lovely! Good luck with it, it looks like you are a very good open studios host :)

Kelly said...

I would love to, but it's a bit far away at the moment. It looks beautiful though! xx

Suzie Sews At DOTTY RED said...

looks fabulous, what a treat to look round. Thank you

zephyr said...

If only i could find that bag of fairy dust...or that missing magic wand...i'd beam myself over the "pond"!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

Just catching up on your blog since I have mostly been away from blogging all summer. Oh how I love this Open Studio concept. You are truly blessed to live in a community that does such. Here in the US everything is so fast paced and mass produced and well just nothing like what life sounds like in your country. I try to live a simple cottage lifestyle even in the midst of materialism. You inspire me! thank you.