Benefield Spencer Glass
Scott Benefield set up Benefield Spencer Glass in Northern Ireland. He is an artist working with glass.
Elliott Ceramics is the work of South London-based potter Elliott Denny. Working mainly in thrown porcelain Elliott has a minimalist approach to pottery.
Esme Winter is a British design and pattern-making partnership. They combine their simple aesthetic to produce high-quality stationery and paper goods.
Feldspar is a design studio co-founded by Jeremy and Cath Brown. They moved from Hackney to Devon for a slower pace of life in the fresh air.
Foxford Woollen Mill
One of the last working mills in Ireland, Foxford was founded in 1892. In the following century the mill has withstood and overcome many challenges in order to survive.
Giannina Capitani is based in London’s East End and it is from her studio in Dalston that she designs and makes her textile collection.
Green & Blue
Green&Blue was founded in 2005 by husband and wife team Kate and Gavin Christman. They are designers and innovators with a passion for wildlife and the outdoors.
Havelock Studio was established in 2015 by Jack Havelock Bailey. Simplicity, beauty and functionality are the three aims to consider when designing and making.
Libby Ballard set up her business - Libby Ballard Ceramics - in the spring of 2017, taking the leap to make pottery her career.
Mimi Soan is an artist living and working in South East London. Mimi works in a range of different media including, illustration, textiles and street art.
Rosie is a designer-maker, specialising in woodwork. She makes useful, beautiful and fully functional boards for serving and displaying food from her workshop in Devon.
Father and daughter, Edward and Iseult O'Clery began working together in a small workshop in Sandymount, Dublin. Soon they had founded Saturday Workshop.
Sue Pryke's work is concerned with functionality and the connections between craft and industry.
Superfolk is a design and make studio led by partners Gearoid Muldowney and Jo Anne Butler. Together they design and make homewares ‘for people who love the wild outdoors’.
Tom Pigeon is a creative studio, founded in 2014, that makes simple crafted objects for people to enjoy.
Zuzana is a London based designer/maker working with fibre and textiles to make homewares and accessories. She is strongly influenced by traditional crafts.
Tony Farrell is a wood-turner and wood-harvester. All his work is made in his workshop in Cork, Ireland from native Irish woods, which he harvest and season himself.