One of the stalls at this Sunday's Lifeboat Fair in Prince Albert Gardens is 'Lifeboutique'.
The stall is run by Becky King and Kim Notley, our coxswain's daughters-in-law, and will be filled with homemade wares, either crafted by the girls themselves or generously donated by others - they'll even be exclusively selling jam made by the RNLI's Head of Fleet Operations!
As well as a stall-full of handmade and vintage goods, Becky and Kim will also be teaching finger knitting. For £1, children (and adults) can choose a ball of wool and learn how to make a necklace, bracelet, bandanna, tail or belt to take home.
The wool has been very kindly donated by the Swanage Wool & Craft Shop.
You can find out more about the girls' crafts here at Becky's blog, Dorothy Does.