Friday, 30 April 2010

L is for the Locals


So as promised, but a little overdue, as I wanted to include as many of you local lovvies as possible, Cherry DeLuxe Folksy Friday presents . . .
L is for the Locals, promoting the fabulous talent of Leeds and West Yorkshire.Enjoy, and go buy something!! Remember, as with all Folksy Fridays, just click the image to go to the sellers folksy store, and although you need to be a member to buy, you do not need a store. Just skip that option when you sign up by clicking elsewhere. Don't forget to let me know if you make any of these purchases! x
So without further adieu, show some love for my Locals!




Fab necklace by the lovely Emma 1985




Amazing skills from the geographically challenged, QuiteContraryCrafts




Love the colours in this hand dyed yarn by Wharfedale Wools, a true Loiner




Giraffe Craft brings us lots of fabulous sock buddies.




Buttercup Boutique is a true textile treasure




Let someone know how you feel, thanks to Dig The Earth




Fab earthy summery feel to this necklace, by Elca Designs




Super cute stars from the Jewellery Angel




With wedding season coming up, get a card which will stand out, thanks to accidental vix




This reminds me of fruit salads, mmmmm, thanks northernjeb




How fab are these gorgeous glass heart pendants from Glassprimitif




Quernus Crafts has a fantastic menagerie of polymer clay beasties, including these fab horses, just in time for Badminton.

So yes, an extended edition of Folksy Friday, but enjoy and support your locals too!

7 comments:

  1. Lots of lovely picks there. I wish I'd known about Folksy when I lived in Leeds!

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  2. hehehe, thanks for including me and chuckled at your comment! :D some lovely pics - good ole' Yorshire!

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  3. Thank you so much for the mention, I've put a link to your post on my blog :D

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  4. You have lots of local talent.
    Lovely picks.

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  5. Wow, the Yorkshire contingent is pretty amazing! Thanks for featuring my Wee Horses, and it's lovely to see so many fellow Yorkshire folk with their beautiful creations in one place!

    Kirsten x

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  6. Thank you so much for featuring my yarn in this lovely selection. We really are a talented bunch round these parts!

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  7. Thank you for the mention. Sooo many great crafters and very diverse.

    Jane x

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