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Chipping Norton, England, United Kingdom

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Six impossible Things… an eclectic haberdashery menagerie!

Hello there and welcome to Six I.T.

My name is Natasha and I began Six Impossible Things in 2009, when I started selling my jewellery and cards through local craft events. Since that time I have broadened my crafting horizons and branched into new and exciting mediums.

Come and buy lots of lovely toys, amigurumi, fabric and felt brooches as well as jewellery, paper goods and even little socks for tiny feet! I hope you’ll find something to suit you and that you’ll enjoy your visit!

About Me...

I live, work and play in Chipping Norton, the gateway to the Cotswolds. It’s a beautiful rural area with lots of charm that inspires me to create. I work from home in a lovely craft nook, with only minimal assistance from my cat Michael who believes there is nothing in the world he cannot steal or have a quick chew on.

When not crafting I spend my time reading, gardening, working for the NHS, and trying to declutter my house and live a simpler life. I enjoy listening to local music, watching movies, walking, photography and inflicting new recipes on friends.


I find inspiration in everything, and try to add a touch of humour to all that I do.

I have always been ‘arts and crafty’, spending my childhood up to my elbows in murals painting, collages, blackwork stitching, sketching and making more pom poms than humanly possible to deal with! I got into jewellery making as a way of amending items I already owned into something new and fresh.

I have always made my own greetings cards and have developed a few into ranges to offer in the shop. Crochet and knitting are fairly new-to-me skills, and I’m enjoying this craft immensely.

I gave up television three years ago, and find I have lots and lots of time to craft away and add to my range!

Six Impossible Things Offline...

I attend regular craft events in and around West Oxfordshire, and also supply a few items for sale in a couple of bricks and mortar shops.

For updates on local events, please visit the Six Impossible Things Facebook Page. or visit my new website