Muswell Hill creatives showcase their wares to the public

PUBLISHED: 16:38 19 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:42 20 November 2015

Muswell Hill creatives craft sale. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Muswell Hill creatives craft sale. Picture: Nigel Sutton

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A collective of creative designers from Muswell Hill launched their first public sale in St James’s Square.

Ben Ashton-Howorth at Muswell Hill creatives craft sale. Photo: Nigel Sutton Ben Ashton-Howorth at Muswell Hill creatives craft sale. Photo: Nigel Sutton

Braving the cold and the rain, the Muswell Hill Creatives welcomed curious passersby and serious buyers as they sold unique prints, photographs, drawings last Saturday.

“Yes it was wet, but considering it was wet, it went really well,” said Rachel Booth-Clibborn, founder member of Muswell Hill Creatives.

“It was lovely to see all this creativity in the area.”

Ms Booth-Clibborn first formed the creative collective last year to give local designers a space to exchange ideas, critique one another and showcase their work, rather than working from home in isolation.

Among the creatives unveiling their work were printmaker Lucy Chapman, Isabella Lepri exhibiting ceramics, and Becca Cadbury selling rare embroidered Obi silks.


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