Posts Tagged: Meet the Maker

Weaving your self

Weaving is one of the most ancient of crafts, and there will be three different weavers at the Harlech Fibre and Fabric Fair in three weeks’ time. Saori weaving is a Japanese approach, one which stresses individuality, expression and the

Weaving your self

Weaving is one of the most ancient of crafts, and there will be three different weavers at the Harlech Fibre and Fabric Fair in three weeks’ time. Saori weaving is a Japanese approach, one which stresses individuality, expression and the

Meet the Maker: Mary Post

‘Handwoven scarves by Mary Post of Harlech’ it says on the labels for Mary’s gorgeous weaving. The label really should have the word ‘beautiful’ added at the beginning. There’s quite a story behind Mary’s weaving, and it all started, essentially, on

Meet the Maker: Mary Post

‘Handwoven scarves by Mary Post of Harlech’ it says on the labels for Mary’s gorgeous weaving. The label really should have the word ‘beautiful’ added at the beginning. There’s quite a story behind Mary’s weaving, and it all started, essentially, on

Meet the Maker: Spiritstar

Welcome to Spiritstar. Gail and Ianto make gorgeous crochet slippers, as well as other crochet items, and are now working with leather too (a logical extension of the slippers, really, which have suede soles). And it all started as an anti-smoking aid.

Meet the Maker: Spiritstar

Welcome to Spiritstar. Gail and Ianto make gorgeous crochet slippers, as well as other crochet items, and are now working with leather too (a logical extension of the slippers, really, which have suede soles). And it all started as an anti-smoking aid.

Meet the Maker: Mo Couper

Mo Couper (also known as Mo Bach) makes beautiful pieces of jewellery. They are delicate hand-embroidered pictures, worked on felt made by Sue Terrey, who was with us at the Fibre and Fabric Fair last year. Mo went to Southend

Meet the Maker: Mo Couper

Mo Couper (also known as Mo Bach) makes beautiful pieces of jewellery. They are delicate hand-embroidered pictures, worked on felt made by Sue Terrey, who was with us at the Fibre and Fabric Fair last year. Mo went to Southend