Posts Tagged ‘Craft’

MISI

If you happen to be in Bristol this weekend, be sure to check out the first ever MISI craft marketplace. MISI [Make It Sell It] is the UK’s most recent innovative online craft marketplace. The MISI event is the first event dedicated entirely to crafters who sell on the internet. Brainchild of keen crafter, web […] Read more…

Paper Forests

Clever, clever Helen Musselwhite has forged a career creating brilliant and intricate papercuts. By the use of bold colour, strong graphic lines and familiar images, Helen creates individual and visually appealing pieces of art with a distinctive handcrafted quality that pays respect to all forms of mid century design, folk and ethnic art, as well […] Read more…

Fruits of the Sea

I literally fell off my chair when I clicked onto Katie Bonham’s website. Just look!!!! Lord I love ceramics. I could collect them till there is no ceramic left in the world. One day though, I would run out of space, and when that day came [hopefully not too long now] I would imagine I […] Read more…

Origin 2009

Yesterday, at Somerset House I spent the best few hours I have experienced this whole month. Having missed the first installment last week due to the re-launch of TBTMHS, I excitedly took myself off to the second week of this year’s Origin Craft Fair. Every year the Crafts Council present the very best of their […] Read more…

Creature Comforts

What could be more seasonal and easy on the eye [some seasonal stuff isn’t – ie. gross knitted stuff] than these ‘comforting creatures’ by Flora Kennedy, an Etsy fiber artist based in Scotland. I was enthralled when I discovered her useless but ridiculously covetable knitted ponies, baby pigs, baby whales and my favourite – fat […] Read more…

Handmade

I’m fascinated with the handmade, craft trends that are prevalent in the interior design world in the States – things found on Etsy and independent design stores, vintage inspired products and crafty goods are available in abundance. We really have nothing similar, or easily accessable in the UK – so i set myself a task […] Read more…

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