Stalls 2019

We are happy to welcome a range of stalls that sell hand-made or similar goods made by Pagan crafts-people, with an emphasis on those from the South West, to the spring conference.

We have a full complement of stalls again this year. Speakers and performers will usually have their own wares (e.g. books or music) on sale as well.  Here are a few examples of stalls attending.

AYa – Headz of Dreadz, Soul Spirit Dolls and Shamanic Tools. Headz of Dreadz is a fun way of adding colour and texture to your hair and can be worn to represent the seasons/festivals etc… Soul Spirit Dolls are created from dance and shamanic journeying. The wisdom is then infused into a doll which acts as a vessel for the soul part. Kowan Seer is a selection of shamanic tools. FYI AyaHeadzofDreadzSoulSpiritDoll, KowanSeer

Cerri Lee and Damh the Bard – Bronze and Silver jewellery, ceramic art by Cerri Lee, and CDs and songbooks from Damh the Bard. FYI and

Craft By The Craft –  create handmade Jewellery for the Pagan community including ritual headbands, Moongazing Hare pendants and nature-based items. We create all of our items in our little workshop in Cornwall by hand and so no two pieces are ever exactly the same. FYI   OR

Fairy Box – Handmade fabric fairies, goddesses and fantastical creatures, also needlefelt hares and animals. Greetings cards and children’s books, illustrated by me, Sonia Callaway, commissions taken. FYI see SoniasFairyBox

Highland Wizard Crafts –  Turned wood items such as pens, coffee scoops, and spinning and weaving tools. Also naalbinding and weaving needles. FYI OR

Journeys in Otherworlds – Cards will be available for sale for the first time ever of the Sacred Art featured on our website.

Levannah Morgan – this year I will be selling my selection of Goddess and magically-inspired shawls, hats and scarves, made from rare, organic and hand dyed yarns (silk, alpaca, tweed, Shetland wool etc) and other handmade knitted and textile items.
I  will also be selling remnants of vintage discontinued Halloween fabrics by Debbie Mumm, and, due to downsizing, some items from my collection of magical artefacts and amber jewellery.”

Paul Atlas-Saunders  Pyrography – Hand burned wooden items with pagan and celtic designs. Twitter: @AtlasSaunders

The Simmering Cauldron – A long established stall based in Mid Wales selling traditional incense and censers, essential oils, books, crystals, altar figurines and tools. FYI  website or look for ‘The Simmering Cauldron’ on Facebook.