Here you will find a random selection of the expertly made products from our directory of The Makers. If you see something of interest, click on the image for details about the item and the highly skilled craftsperson who made it. From there you can go to the maker’s profile and find out more about their products and services.
10 Sheet Pack “Girtin” Antique Cream Laid 140lb / 300 gsm Not Quarter Imperial
“Girtin” Antique Cream Laid 140lb / 300 gsm (Not)
Quarter Imperial (11”x 15”)
One short side retains the deckle edge.
Handmade rag watercolour paper ~ Tub-sized with Gelatine.
This paper is made from cotton and linen rag, with other fibre inclusions, to recreate the warm tones and surfaces familiar to artists in the late 18th Century. These papers are flecked with fragments of unbleached hemp fibre.
The laid watermark is more prominent on one side and both sides of the sheet can be painted on with equal effect.
Small: two generous cups of tea. Medium: four cups of tea. Large: 6 cups of tea. Teapots in photo glazed with Ribblesdale Greywacke Gritstone. Prices are as follows: small teapot £38; medium teapot £44; large teapot £50.
Single Map Butterfly
Single box-framed Map Butterfly – hand stitched vintage map on watercolour paper. Available as a bespoke commission with a choice of map locations and colours.
New Commissions- Domestic
This window was used to add obscurity to an area that overlooked a neighbours garden.
Based on Van Gogh’s Iris paintings it uses just coloured glass and lead across the 4 panels
Cumbrian Summer Blankets
With its striking two-sided geometric design, our Cumbrian Summer Blanket is a colourful delight. Use it as an extra ‘sheet’ in Winter or as a lightweight layer on cool summer nights. In the north of England we often need a blanket year-round. This one will brighten up your day in every season.
Our newest blanket is available in five bright colourways: Grass (green), Sky (blue), Damson (purple), Madder (red) and Rust (orange-yellow), all offset by a subtle silver grey base. We have produced a limited run of just 10 in each colourway so order yours quickly!
- woven from our Cumbrian Tweed yarn
- 100% British wool – a blend of Bluefaced Leicester and Hebridean wools
- approx size: 158cm x 200cm plus short fringe
- recommended care: gentle handwash in lukewarm water with eco-friendly soap. Wrap in a towel to dry then hang over a rail. A warm iron will remove any creases.
Evancliffe Leathercraft run a variety of training workshops.
Regular Workshops include:
Introduction to leatherwork – Belt Making (Full Day)
Hand Bound Leather Journal (Full Day)
Leather Waterbottle (Full Day)
Wet Moulding & Stamping (Half Day)
We are also currently developing a Two Day Bag Making Workshop. In addition we do 1-2-1 Training which can be customised to individual needs.
300th Anniversary/Memorial Stained Glass Window
A new stained glass commission celebrating a 300th Anniversary and in memory of the donor’s son.
Hand painted, kiln fired and leaded glass designed, produced and installed by Lightworks.
100% Icelandic grey and orange wool York Stitch nalbound Viking hat
Lovely 100% Icelandic grey wool with dark orange/russet band detail. Nalbound in the York Stitch in a beanie type style. York stitch is a double thickness stitch, meaning extra warmth, perfect for winter.
(will stretch to 24″)
Suitable 8th- 11th century reenactment portrayals.
I often name my scarves after the people I first weave them for. I then go on to experiment with different colours and textures, tweaking the designs with each new approach. This one was handwoven in pure silk, blending three different greens to create a two-sided, three-toned scarf.
Iron Age inspired knife with sheath
Forged from spring steel and shown here with it’s companion sheath.
The sheath is in the traditional Finnish “Seam up the front” style, and is hand cut, bevelled, grooved, punched, stitched, hammered and wet moulded, then dyed, waxed and buffed. The sheath mimics and accentuates design elements of the blade and is an interference fit.