Meet Katy Livings, who creates treasured textile dolls and rabbits with the finest of details that are destined to become family heirlooms.
When Debbie from BellaOski Designs had her son, she was so disappointed by the lack of cool clothes for boys on the high street that she decided to make and sell her own. We talk to Debbie to find out more about her cute, eco-friendly organic baby clothes and pram shoes.
Kirsty Hartley started her kids’ clothes business Wild Things in 2011 as a ‘happy distraction’ from domestic life. It has since grown to become one of the most successful and inspiring handmade businesses in the UK. She tells us more in our interview.
Rosie O’Neill started her creative business because she wanted was to design things she could make with her own two hands. Now she designs and makes textiles, home accessories and jewellery that celebrate making and the entire handmade community.
Katy Fenner from Pixiecraft makes inspirational quotes stitched in thread and jewellery featuring embroidered illustrations of British wildlife. We caught up with Katy to discover why being creative makes her happy