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.
Handset letterpress prints
Our clients come to us for something unique, often to celebrate momentous occasions – weddings, anniversaries and births. We print on a beautiful Italian cotton paper, Fabriano Rosaspina and hand set the supplied words using our vintage metal type.
Letterpress Business Cards
Letterpress business cards make a real impression with clients. We use beautiful heavy papers in a range of colours and hand set vintage metal type. Logos blocks are recreated for a perfect impression of company branding.
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.
Basket making courses
This course is great introduction to the art of willow weaving and basket making. Under the guidance of Tom Hare you will learn how to select, prepare and weave your willow.Tom is an internationally respected willow sculptor. He created the fantastic seed walk and fungi sculptures at Kew Gardens and has been a medal winner at Chelsea Flower Show while his work is on show around the world!
Over the two days you should make two baskets while learning how to weave.
You’ll examine different varieties and learn the basic skills of creative and technical weaving.
At the end of the course you will have the satisfaction of taking home your very own masterpieces
New Commissions- Ecclesiastical, All Saints Church, Wellingborough
Marion Morgan Memorial Window, All Saints, Wellingborough 2012
This window was donated by John Morgan in memory of his wife Marion.
John wanted a suitably modern window to reflect Marion’s lively personality and character.