Artisans show off their amazing work at monthly craft fair

David Williams makes clocks with faces from the photographs he takes                                                            (171171-006)
David Williams makes clocks with faces from the photographs he takes (171171-006)
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From quilting and knitting to intricate jewellery and pottery, Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre always has a wonderful array of handmade goods.

The monthly sale brings artisans from across the area to the parish hall, in Links Lane.

A customer looks at the goods on offer             (171171-054)

A customer looks at the goods on offer (171171-054)

Other exhibitors include blacksmiths and a leatherworkers.

For more information on upcoming events go to the organisation’s Facebook page or e-mail rowlandscastlecraftfayre@gmail.com.

Pictures by Vernon Nash. To buy copies of the images call photosales on 0330 123 0203 quoting the reference number.

Jenny Chivers with her ragdolls and novelty cushions all made from her own designs with assorted fabrics             (171171-065)

Jenny Chivers with her ragdolls and novelty cushions all made from her own designs with assorted fabrics (171171-065)

Scrabble art

Scrabble art

Jane Blatch who produces Scrabble art         (171171-073)

Jane Blatch who produces Scrabble art (171171-073)

Hilda Tart with her crocheted and knitted goods. Hilda is a joint organizer of the fair and arranges the advertising   ''(171171-011)

Hilda Tart with her crocheted and knitted goods. Hilda is a joint organizer of the fair and arranges the advertising ''(171171-011)

Three of the organizers of the fair, from left, Hilda Tart, Sylvia Tomkinson and Lynn Manley   (171171-019)

Three of the organizers of the fair, from left, Hilda Tart, Sylvia Tomkinson and Lynn Manley (171171-019)

Christine Evans, from Fishbourne, spinning rare breeds sheep wool   (171171-028)

Christine Evans, from Fishbourne, spinning rare breeds sheep wool (171171-028)

Peter Cheyne with his wood turning goods. All profits from his work go to the Tools for Self Reliance charity by helping people in Africa build sustainable livelihoods through the provision of tools and training   (171171-035)

Peter Cheyne with his wood turning goods. All profits from his work go to the Tools for Self Reliance charity by helping people in Africa build sustainable livelihoods through the provision of tools and training (171171-035)

Nickel bookmarks decorated with beads and charms (171171-039)

Nickel bookmarks decorated with beads and charms (171171-039)

Lynda Worley creating chain mail jewellery. The designs are based upon the traditional chain mail armours.  (171171-053)

Lynda Worley creating chain mail jewellery. The designs are based upon the traditional chain mail armours. (171171-053)