This little pouch from Julie Brzezinski of Belrossa works for me on a number of levels. It’s made from an antique linen children’s book with a cotton lining and back and a sturdy zip closure and as such is one of a kind. I use pouches all the time to store my[.....]
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Bird, by Jill makes the most beautiful household textiles, like this lovely Christmas themed hand towel. Pair with a bottle of luxury handwash to make an attractive Christmas gift.
Everything is professionally stitched and finished but what is most noticeable is the selection of fabrics. Jill has an eye for contemporary[.....]
Lucy Antwis from Twis is a textile designer based in York. During her work at York St John University in 2005, her love for textiles flourished. Using silks and merino wool she crafts beautiful felted accessories, gifts and wall hangings.
Other materials include vintage lace, silk and linen noil, which are[.....]
Things cheering me up today: character t-shirts, brooches, bags and honk dollies.
This fun range is the work Honksville, a collaboration between Katherine and Rebecca; two quirky artists / designers / storytellers and freestyle Morris dancers.
Where possible, Honksville products are made from organic materials. Even their off cuts and scraps are[.....]
Exciting news. Two talented and inspiring designers have joined forces to create a brand new range of accessories. Bonbi Forest’s Lee May Foster-Wilson and Custom Made’s Anna Butler will launch their new collection of bags, purses and brooches at BUST Craftacular next week.
Reclaimed from mill samples, the denim fabric is hand printed[.....]
Currently running in a pretty shop behind Saddlers Wells is the Covet Pop Up Shop. The collections have been skilfully curated to bring together a unique selection of handmade clothes, jewellery, gifts and accessories.
With the emphasis being a mix of beautifully crafted, handmade, environmentally conscious, recycled and vintage pieces the shop has a[.....]
My sister is coming to stay today. Yay. She lives in Scotland and so I don’t get to see her very often. We’re all in a state of excitement, including the cats. There’s always lots of travelling over Christmas – staying with family, weekend city breaks (oh please Santa, Europe),[.....]
All of the above are available to buy from Makers Online, a new portal championing designer / makers. There are no joining or listing fees; a small commission is taken on each purchase. Therefore, you don’t start paying until you make a sale.
Products are displayed prominently rather then being buried[.....]