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.
Nalbinded Hat Shetland hand spun 100% Wool Viking Norse, Anglo Saxon,Medieval, Reenactment, Living History
Finished hat to fit size 59- 60 cm diameter will ship in one working day. Wonderful warm and insulating
Nalbinded in Shetland wool and drop spun wool. Beautiful warm and soft as well as a working wool hat.
Natural Shetland and Jocobs Grey and Icelandic wool hats.
Nalbinded with a Single bone needle.
Nålebinding (Danish: literally “binding with a needle” or “needle-binding”, also naalbinding, nålbinding, nålbindning or naalebinding) is a fabric creation technique predating both knitting and crochet.
This is a finished hat to fit size 59- 60 cm diameter will ship in one working day.
Please contact me for a different size
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to crochet, now’s your chance. Days for beginners start with the basics, working at your speed, so you will never be left behind, building up with intermediate ‘next steps’ and the crochet lace. I teach at Victoria Works in Chalford, Gloucestershire and at West Dean College.
Featherbed in red
This striking wallpaper was commissioned for the entrance to a New York penthouse. Here it is shown still being made on the print table. The irregular shape of the painted Lino block lies on the table in the foreground.
Fingerless Mitts – Japanese Indigo Blue
Knitted in a bespoke Shetland-Romney lambswool yarn from Fernhill Farm in Somerset, these fingerless mitts are knitted in an English rib stitch which is super soft on the inside and textured and hard wearing on the outside. The simple design has an opening for the thumb making them great for people that work with their hands but need to keep warm.
The colour block mitts are knitted in a blend of naturally dyed white and grey yarns. The yarn is dyed by hand by Ria using homegrown Japanese Indigo, and knitted on vintage hand powered knitting machines in her Bristol studio.
Eighth Cran Herring Basket
Made like the Quarter Cran, this smaller style was used by fishermen to show a sample of their catch to merchants.
W 16″ x H 12″
All baskets are handmade by John in his small workshop in Lanark, UK, using only UK-grown willows.