New Makers is exclusively made up of designer makers who have been in business for one year or less at the time of The Handmade Festival and is brand new for 2019.

We're delighted to introduce the New Makers for 2019!

Frances Hetherington Ceramics

Frances Hetherington makes ceramics in South London, inspired by wild places and wilder animals.

Not Just for Nanas

Jody Slatter showcases her colourful crochet creations, including a beautiful range of mandalas and dreamcatchers.

Silky Saluki

Amelia Burgess produces designs cards, tea towels and aprons with quirky and eye catching illustrations.

House Of Marley Grey

Katie Williams creates pretty artificial flower wreaths for your home. Each wreath is individual and unique!


Miguel Ángel has handcrafted a stunning collection of natural and plant-based aromatic essentials for your home.

Sarah Burman Design

Sarah Burman designs colourful, characterful and essentially quirky images with a a hint of retro.


Melanie Bennett creates beautifully hand drawn personalised illustrations. No two are the same!

Little Lands

Lizzie Rowlands takes pride in making practical and beautiful things for your children that look fabulous in your home! 

Mushroom Village Crafts

Gerti Lau brings her magical imagination to life through drawings, appliques, patchwork and garments!

Bound Earth

Marianne & Jacqueline celebrate the Japanese Art of Kokedama, creating inspiring ways to display plants.

Pen and Gwyn

Nicky Mills' whimsical illustrations are created using watercolour and fine liner pen, inspired by the charm of animals!

The Little House Pottery

Alexandra Biedrzycki hand-paints new, vintage and antique china, creating pottery inspired by the English Garden.

Purl & Yarn

Emma Jarman brings her collection of luxury hand-knitted chunky merino wool blankets. Time to get cosy!

Joy To Organise

Joy Tonkin creates unique discbound notebooks and planners, to help busy people get organised! 

Woven Vietnam

Natasha Fitzgerald aims to improve the lives of rural weavers by bringing their wonderful creations to you.

Sew What?

Fiona Parker makes hand screen-printed project kits for new sewing machine enthusiasts. 

Precious Clay Studio

Claire Ruddock carefully shapes each piece, applying glaze by hand to produce truly unique jewellery and gifts.

Nancy Clayson Felt Artist

Nancy Clayson uses wet felting, needle felting and hand embroidery to create vibrant meadows and landscapes.

Pretty Bee Fresh

Katharina Rauch makes wonderful bees wax wraps as an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic and cling film. 

Hounds By Holly

Holly Frost uses acrylic paint to create these four-legged friends, with a distinct eye for detail and colour.

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