Homespun treats and one of a kind artworks for 2019.
Handmade homewares from independent artisans – featuring a collection of local arts and crafts workers demonstrating and holding workshops in pottery, silver jewellery, polymer, clay and fine art.
Leather-worker Lauren studied at Birmingham City University and then worked with many different leather manufacturers and craftsmen to compile her set of skills. Her own brand, The Lauren Pittford collection, consists of hand crafted products in a mix of reclaimed, recycled and luxury leathers sourced from UK suppliers.
Metal Art is a small Cotswold based business, offering individual hand crafted sculptures. Work includes beautiful decorative butterflies, flowers, fish and other studies from nature reproduced in metal.
Sean Keefe of Muggins Pottery, based in the Leicestershire countryside, produces individual creations, usually based on a thrown form from stoneware clay. He adds a unique touch of humour to each piece to raise a smile from customers and collectors. Expect cats, dogs, frogs, dragons and flying beasties among others!
Debbie Stevenson, based in Cricklade, designs and makes handmade fused glass products. They range from the purely decorative to the practical, including bowls, tea light holders, drinks stirrers, sun catchers, coasters and soap dishes.
Designer maker of whimsical boho items beautifully handmade for a fun and eco conscious life - including fancy dress fabric wings, crowns, tutus, capes, masks and wands for children and adults. Bunting, home decor and a range of eco-home products are also available including beeswax and plant wax wraps, washable wipes and snack pouches.
Juliet Myers of Absolutely Clay will be bringing her potter's wheel to Wychwood. She makes unique handcrafted ceramics that as well as being beautiful decorative items, can be used every day for eating and drinking.
Harriet and Dani have created a unique and distinctive bohemian jewellery collection using silver and semi-precious stones such as turquoise, rose quartz, amethyst and tiger eye. They have been exhibiting at festivals and craft fairs for twenty years, including Glastonbury, and now have a regular stall in Cirencester craft market.