Next Market – Sunday 4th November 10am – 2pm

CRAFT STALLS

KatsKalma

Kats Kalma sells soaps, scrubs, soaks and more, all hand-made from natural ingredients in gorgeous combinations (such as peppermint, lemongrass and sea-salt soap, and for him juniper and rosemary beard oil). www.katskalma.com

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The Little Hanging Garden

The Little Hanging Garden Co are makers of living wreaths. Their handmade copper frames are lined with hessian or moss, filled with soil & planted with succulents. With care, these hanging gardens will last for months or even years. They also make: Kokedamas – Japanese moss balls filled with soil and various indoor and outdoor plants And…

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Phaedra Menas

Colourful designer accessories, handmade in top grade leathers & suedes

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Save me, I’m Wild

New-to-Kew Jane Anashka uses a combination of wild-flower pressing and photographic techniques for her ethereal translucent illustrations with a purpose: to raise awareness of wild plant habitats being lost around the world. www.savemeimwild.com

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Really Big Flowers

Luxury silk floral scarves/shawls and luxury floral silk chitons (toga style tunic dresses)

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Hand-knitted by Hilde

A unique, hand-made present to celebrate the birth of a new baby, or to keep your own little one warm and stylish. Wool hats, scarfs, mittens, jumpers or bonnets that wrap around the ears for cold days and Cotton sun hats for the summer sun. The clothes are hand knitted by Hilde, a Kew resident,…

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OrlyArt

Here’s where you’ll find delightful artworks for children – personalised prints perfect for a nursery or a little one’s bedroom. www.orlyart.co.uk

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Local Authors

Three well-known Kew residents and published authors – Mike Thexton, J-F Burford and Jane Bailey Bain – will be signing and selling copies of their most recent works.

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Leafers

Leafers is a local company offering colourful cotton hand-made table linens – tablecloths, napkins and placemats – to bring refreshing new style to mealtimes. They’d also make lovely gifts – for a housewarming maybe?

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