Situated in Launchpad 31 with a 2×1 meter stand. Displaying a range of textiles and the launch of Picnic life to show to new stockists. It was a great show and now lots to catch up with at the studio. To brighten up the stand Craspedia Billy Balls Yellow Flowers with blue bells.
The run up to pulse was a busy period of painting, printing, folding, and packing so little time was spent on uploading new blog posts. Here is the table that my friend kindly made. The pine table (left) and bench (right) had a grey wash finish to add to the collection of textiles on show.
It has been a cold winters day here today and to kick start it all off was a big bowl of porridge with local honey. Using these beautiful implements for making the traditional dish makes the experience of cooking that extra bit special, Left: wooden honey dipper, Right: Porridge Spurtle.
David Mellor, cutlery ware designer, has been a huge inspiration for the Jessica Hayes-Gill collection-take a trip to see his factory, The Round Building in Hathersage.
This week we are wishing for Spring to arrive, nothing quite beats exciting gardening tools to get you outdoors. What do you enjoy doing in the Spring?
SPOONS: Riker case with early 20th century sterling silver demitasse spoons and other miniature flatware.
I came across this blog post last week regarding the cost of handmade goods and the reasons behind buying handmade pieces. I wanted to share it here on my site for I too find it difficult to price my goods to a value that does cover the cost of each item. I am a huge fan of bookhou and think highly of their business strategy and their wonderful pieces. Follow this link here to read more.
This is it…we have been selected for Topdrawer Spotted with Charlotte Abrahams for new design talent!
Join us this weekend as we launch our new Spring/Summer Collection. Come and say hello and pick up one of our latest look book.
Written article about who I am and featured article on the “Household Helpers” Tea Towel. Local newspaper here in Nottingham. You can read further by following the link……http://www.leftlion.co.uk/articles.cfm/title/craft-werks/id/5411