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.
Hydrangeas – Kyoto, Japan
After visiting Kyoto in June when the hydrangeas are blooming I created handmade papers for my book arts practice in response to them, the colours of Kyoto and images of the city.
Traditional welsh basket derived from the Cyntell. This basket takes around a year to make as the frame and ribs are split in the winter months and attached to a forma to dry. The basket is then woven using local willow.
Beginners Courses – Curtain Making, Roman Blinds & Cushions
We run a range of beginner’s two-day short courses in Curtain Making, Roman Blinds and Cushion Making. See our website for more details, including dates and costs.
Alpaca and Silk Net Scarf
An alpaca and silk scarf which incorporates hand spun British alpaca and coloured bands of plant dyed wool.
Inspired by the crab pot nets abandoned on the East Yorkshire coast,
Nuno felt jacket
traditional wet felted hand rolled wool jacket with felted in hand dyed silk surface embellishment, very fine, light weight contemporary merino fitted jacket combining ancient craft techniques with current studio practice.
New Zealand Pounamu Kokopū Koru Toki.
Made of a serpentine specimen of New Zealand Pounamu Greenstone, the specimen in the Māori tongue is Kokopū names after trout specifies of fish due to the colours and patina. The swirl is called the Koru, representing the unfurling of the native silver fern, to the Māori culture, this symbolises new life or a new path way in life.
A variety of candlesticks and candle pillars in various woods and styles, traditional and conemporary. All this range of products are made with inserts that are non-immflamable for safety.