Makegood

makegoodYesterday the monster and I went out to the Makegood festival next door to Selfridges, just off Oxford Street.  It was really fun, we met so many talented people and the monster loved Tilly’s designs she now has a signed copy of her new book!  Its on today if you’d like to pop over.  I thought I’d share some of the fabulous people we met and their wonderful British handmade wears.

auntie mimsAuntir Mims make wonderful wooden items, I loved the hammer – great fathers day gift!  The QR code key ring is also brilliant and wonderful way to write a secret message.

nancyNancy Nicholson embroidery kits are a great way to add texture to am exsisting printed image.  I love this cat he would make a perfect cushion and a great way to relax after a busy day.  Nancy also has downloadable patterns to stitch.

suitcase-susieWonderful bone china tableware and home textile range, really distinctive designs inspired by travel.

miss papercutMiss Papercut had the most beautiful papercuts.

clementine bloom

Clementine Bloom has some wonderful home & interior products, we adored the Entomology range especially the giant beetle wallpaper.

cropped-Header-copyHelen’s designs are beautiful, stunning knitted designs and curious handmade also has a Ravelry store.

forallweknowFor all we know had some fantastic lampshades and cushions made from unique photographs.

fanciful pagesFanciful Pages are stunning paper products made by Ben, all made in South East London.  Greeting cards, journals, perfect gifts!

fabble and baseFable and Base have a fabulous range of eco textiles.

ray-banglenbng jewellery, hand-made unusual, sculptural jewellery.  The copper wave above is stunning.

and finally the fantastic Tilly

tillywith her great patterns and new book.  Hope you’ve all had a great weekend!

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