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Crafty Fox Talks / Jimbobart Shop Showcase opportunity

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Crafty Fox Talks: Copycat Design 

Join us at our next Crafty Fox Talks 'Copycat Design - What to do if it happens to you'. Illustrator AliceTams (Birds in Hats) will share her story about a successful legal battle to protect her work and lawyer Gavin Llewellyn will be on hand to explain the legal intricacies of creative IP, when to act and what you can do to try and prevent it happening to you.

Tuesday 19th July, 6.30 - 9.00pm at Hotel Elephant, 5 Spare Street, Elephant and Castle,
London, SE17 3EP, Tickets: £12 (+ booking)
Click here to book now! 
Join the Crafty Fox / Jimbobart shop showcase 

Crafty Fox Market and Jimbobart are collaborating to offer designer/makers the chance to stock products in the Jimbobart shop on Cheshire Street, in the heart of London’s east end. There will be a designated ‘Crafty Fox Market’ area within the shop and each showcase will last for 1 month with an option to extend.

If you fancy being a part of this great opportunity then you can apply on our blog now!
Welcoming our new Event Manager!

Helen has just joined the Crafty Fox family and will be managing all events in London for the rest of the year.  It's an exciting time at Crafty Fox.  Pop over to our blog to find out more.

Coming soon, an Instagram giveaway you won't want to miss!

Are you following our Instagram page yet?

We are nearing the 20k followers mark which is very exciting, and once we hit this milestone we shall be celebrating with an amazing giveaway from Wool Couture, so give us a follow and watch this space! 

Congrats to @lucypriceyz who won our last giveaway. 


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