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Meet the Maker: Chez Beccy

Chez Beccy fell in love with blue and white pottery. Wanting to find kitchen textiles to complement her collection she now creates original hand-painted homewares, which are digitally printed using eco-friendly water-based inks.

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Shop Talk: Gwin Kerry

Although jeweller Gwin Kerry admits talking about her work “is nerve-wracking at times”, she has found the most successful way to promote her work is by interacting with people at events and online…

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Meet the Maker: Gwin Kerry

Gwin Kerry works from her studio in a converted grammar school producing jewellery that echoes the colours and patterns she remembers as a child of the 1970s. She also has a very large dog called The Moo.

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Shop Talk: Beccy Ridsdel

We talk to ceramicist Beccy Ridsdel about the business behind her practice and discover that, like many makers, she worries that by selling her ceramics it…

The whistle-stop Folksy workshop tour

Last week Folksy went on a whistle-stop tour of the UK, starting in Sheffield, mingling with the fashionistas of London Fashion Week at Somerset House (or if not exactly mingling, then at least catching glimpses of them from the window), and ending within mooching distance of the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.

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Allistair Burt, Hole in My Pocket, Folksy Seller, Meet the Maker Interview

Meet the Maker – Hole in My Pocket

Allistair Burt from Hole in My Pocket is a man who never sleeps. We grabbed him in between packing up orders and travelling to Russia to find out more about his varied career…

chez beccy, artist, folksy, textiles

Meet the Maker: Chez Beccy

Chez Beccy fell in love with blue and white pottery. Wanting to find kitchen textiles to complement her collection she now creates original hand-painted homewares, which are digitally printed using eco-friendly water-based inks.

gwin kerry, enamelled jewellery, British jewellery

Meet the Maker: Gwin Kerry

Gwin Kerry works from her studio in a converted grammar school producing jewellery that echoes the colours and patterns she remembers as a child of the 1970s. She also has a very large dog called The Moo.