Katie Victoria works at her studio in Swansea, South West Wales where she creates her collections. Working on a hand powered domestic knitting machine she creates a variety of fabrics and products from hats and scarves to ponchos and cushions, combining high quality merino lambswool and cotton yarns.
Fieldware was formed through a love of hard wearing, utilitarian workwear. Whether you are a gardener, artist, potter, barista worker or waiter our waxed cotton products are strong, durable, and look great.
Bric Company® Reusable Lunch Bags Are Geared Towards Adventure And Practicality, They Are Machine Washable And Come With Waterproof Linings Or Cotton Wraps. With Every Bag Sold A Tree Is Planted With Just One Tree
Bronwen makes statement, one-off pieces of wearable art jewellery from waste plastic. Bronwen collects, reuses and upcycles beach plastic from the beaches where she lives on the Pembrokeshire coast. She then cuts, shapes and forms it by hand and combines with industrial waste plastic, recycled silver and resins (into which she recycles her own waste plastic dust.).
Colour Designs Jewellery was set up by Claire Lloyd who makes a range of colourful and contemporary jewellery using recycled sterling silver and polymer and resin clays from her studio in Frome, Somerset.
Meet Laura, who is the designer behind the name Do It Later Illustration. Based in Bristol, Laura has been working as an illustrator for the last few years. Many of her prints are inspired by nature and plants feature heavily in her work.
After completing a degree in Constructed Textiles in 2001 and then working in the retail industry, Kay decided to set up her own business in 2007 concentrating on making leather purses and handbags from vintage fabrics and clothing.
Jen is a self taught crafter specialising in macrame, she has always had a passion for crafts especially learning traditional techniques. This passion and her love of houseplants led to her discovery of macrame.