Friday, 29 January 2010

Why Hand Made.........

I find more and more people want something special handmade not mass produced or copied,something no one else has.

{Heirlooms & Memories}
A special occasion or you just want to give someone a special present, the birth of a child, wedding,a new home, All of these are events that mark our lives forever and should be celebrated with a gift you can cherish for a lifetime.Handmade goods received, become heirlooms that hold memories of special times and people.

{Supporting Our Artists}
Artists put their ideas, personality, style, with many diffrent out comes for a artist, often through erro ,trial , sweat, and tears into their work! Supporting artists creates a stronger community and makes special bonds and encourages artistic endeavors.

{Handmade tends to be more green}
Folksy Artist are more conscious of the impact their work will have on the environment and strive to create green items often by using recycled or recyclable materials ad not forgetting just good old Hands no Industrial Machines here!


  1. I like the look of your new blog, but I hope you aren't being totally literal when you say 'no machines'!!(I use a sewing machine!)

  2. No of course not i mean Industrial Machines that mass produce!! i have a sewing machine i love it its one of the best things i ever bought:0)
    PS. iv added Industrial Machines to make the point

  3. I am really looking forward to seeing how this blog develops - it's a smashing idea. I am cherry tree on folksy and love it as way to see what everyone is doing as well as sharing my own stuff! If only there was more time!

  4. As above, looking forward to see how this blog develops and if ok with you, can we blog link it to our blog to get you more followers..........Kx

  5. Can't wait to see how this blog develops. Looking forward to reading your posts


  6. Great idea for a blog! Was laughing though as I have a domestic sewing machine but also.... an industrial sewing machine...and overlocker lol....but im no mass producer :-)
    hehe look forward to reading this blog