For Bibi from Good News From Bad, craft is a form of therapy. When everyday activities are a struggle, making something with her hands helps distract and soothe. She tells us how, by spinning yarn from old newspapers, she is able to turn bad news stories into something good.
Meet Antonia Sullivan from Sprig Knitwear – the knitwear designer who wants to wrap you up in love, colour and nostalgia.
For designer Holly Picthall, childhood adventures in making led on to a degree in textiles, a full-time job as a sock designer and her own creative business Wilful North making luxury silk scarves, accessories and homeware. Holly talks to fellow colour lover, jeweller Clare Lloyd about her designs and her aversion to beige.
Meet the Makers: Zan and Me | illustration + ceramics Mecki Allen is a studio potter who started making ceramics seriously about three years ago,…
We talk shop and how to sell handmade homeware with Emma Iles from Seaforth Designs, who makes cushions inspired by the coast and the countryside.