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The online Directory of Businesses, Clubs, and Services continues to expand with the addition of 3 more businesses joining the many who recognise that Tarvinonline is the place to advertise your business — for FREE!

: Butterfly Crafts is a home based business run by Joan Shorrock and Shirley Phillips.

Butterfly Crafts

They make beautiful hand-crafted greetings cards for all occasions with proceeds going to a worthy cause — Parkinson's Disease Society. Here are Joan and Shirley in action at the Craft Fair last Saturday

 

 

 

Designs by Susie: Designs by Susie hand-crafts amazing jewellery, book marks, and, brooches.

Designs by Susie

Based in Hockenhull Crescent, Susie Connolly is a Creative Artist and in addition to her wide range of gifts is willing to accept commissions. Here is Susie with her display again at last Saturday's Craft Fair.

 

 

 

Sandra Sim Knitwear: Sandra uses her knitting skills to produce scarves, corsages, and a host of home knitted products, in addition to a range of lavender gifts. Sandra was working hard at the Craft Fair, as this photo shows, knitting whilst selling her amazing range of knitwear.

Sandra Sim

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