Author archive for Kate Jenkins

  • Jan142022

    Baking things happen in 2022

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    I have lots of exciting news and projects to share with you all over the next few months including a…

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  • Dec152021

    Christmas Cards and other gifts…..

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    There’s still time to do on-line shopping, the final day for posting is Saturday 22nd December so choose from Mince…

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  • Dec082021

    Do, Do, Donuts!

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    I have added these Father Christmas inspired Donuts to my shop Doh, Doh, Donut. which will guarantee to put a smile…

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  • Dec012021

    Open Studio Weekend Saturday 4th -Sunday 5th December

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    I will be opening my studio shop on Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th December for a weekend of Christmas shopping.…

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  • Nov262021

    Send a pie in the post this Christmas.

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    Why not send a hand crocheted mince pie to someone this year. There’s lots available in the studio shop or…

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  • Nov252021

    Super Stitch Sale 20% off selected artworks

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    I am having a super stitch sale with 20% off on selected artworks.. Head over to the sale section on…

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  • Nov222021

    Christmas Open Studio 4th and 5th December

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    I will be having a Christmas Open Studio on Saturday 4th December and Sunday 5th December. Come and have a…

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  • Nov182021

    Christmas window at Coats Interiors Kemptown Village.

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    If you happen to be in Kemptown village over the next few weeks you will notice something fishy going on…

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  • Oct302021

    Museum Rijswijk Food for Thought Textile Biennial 2021

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    During the Pandemic of 2020 I started a personal project entitled the ‘The Art of Shelf Isola-tin and Social Distance-tin’ where I looked to my kitchen cupboard for inspiration as everyone was in lockdown and people had been panic buying goods from the supermarket shelves for fear of running out of food.

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  • Oct272021

    The Maker’s Atelier Magazine Winter 21

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    I was recently asked what recently asked by the Maker’s Atelier what was the one object that has been with…

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