We are doing more on wednesday I've no idea what the gamekeeper has shot I hope it's not a deer
When one reads articles about leaving the city for a more relaxed existence in the country the pleasures of jam making often gets mentioned, or a vegetable garden, perhaps for the more adventurous a few chickens. But I don't think I've ever come across squirrel stuffing or to give it it's correct title taxidermy. But a recent email from the depths of Gloucestershire proved I was wrong or at the very least missing out...
The FOLK at home stand at Selvedge
We Folk enjoyed our time in London last week at the Selvedge Spring Fair and made two new friends the lovely Molly Hogg who travels to Africa and Asia hunting out exquisite antique textiles firstname.lastname@example.org and the irrepressible Josephine Ryan who unbeknown to us was admiring the Folk stand while I was drooling over hers.
Back at Folk HQ we are still piling logs on the fire and wrapping ourselves in blankets, staring out the window and longing for spring...
We Folk will soon begin working on a private sale based on a series of paintings by Leah Fusco inspired by the Allotment.
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