Friday, 24 June 2011
Jenny designs and produces a range of bespoke interior accessories. Her collection has a nostalgic illustrative feel and each piece has a story to tell; for example her newest design, Mix Tape (pictured), is the repeated image of a cassette, dedicated to those who religiously taped the charts every Sunday afternoon (you know who you are!).
The knitted cushions are made using the boldest, higest quality Scottish lambswool. For Jenny, supporting the textile industry in both Scotland and the rest of the UK is crucial.
Prices start at just under £9 for a set of vintage fabric covered buttons to £88.99 for one of her beautiful knitted cushions which we are currently coveting, available in a range of designs.
Name: Jenny McHardy
Brand/label: Nervous Stitch
You can buy Nervous Stitch's knitted treasures from her Etsy shop here or contact her here
Monday, 13 June 2011
Jools has recently started selling on Etsy and has just set up a blog in order to showcase her new designs.
Jools is always up for a challenge and can ascertain pretty much exactly what necklace will suit a person after just one meeting.
Prices start at £30 for simple pair of drop earrings. Her most stunning piece (in my opinion) is the green fringe necklace at £100 (pictured).
Name: Jools Yeo
Brand/label: Jools' Jewels
You can buy Jools' beautiful, individual handmade pieces on her Etsy shop here or contact her for private commissions here
Friday, 25 March 2011
Designed and handmade in her home using Scottish lambswool, she makes bright, colourful and contemporary pieces, some of which can be personalised to make beautiful bespoke gifts. Everything is knitted and finished to order.
Prices start at £25 for a pair of her bestselling handwarmers, £50 for a long owl scarf and go up to around £60 for a cushion, with an additional charge of £10 for the personal touch.
Name: Angela McHardy
You can buy these beautiful and individual handmade pieces from the Clovaknits shop on Etsy or at Notonthehighstreet
Thursday, 27 August 2009
Black Dog Publishing are very kindly offering Craft Crunchers a 50% discount on purchases of 'Making Stuff' and 'Making Stuff for Kids'. Both usually retail at £16.95 so you'll be getting them for an absolute bargain.
If you're interested in purchasing one or both of these brilliant publications simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your delivery address quoting 'Craft Crunch Offer' in the subject line by the 30th September. We can't think of a better time to get into making things, so get yourself one of these books and get involved!
We also have one each of these great books up for grabs in our latest competition! To be in with a chance of winning, simply send us a photograph of something you have made recently. The best ones will be put up on Craft Crunch and the top two will win a copy of either Making Stuff or Making Stuff for Kids.
Email entries to email@example.com - deadline 30th September 2009.
Thursday, 23 July 2009
Lucky winners will walk away with an exclusively designed piece of Lady Luck Rules OK jewellery and losers will walk away with a cutie pie consolation prize. We love that it's a Craft Crunch friendly £3 to get in, too.
Who could say no?!
Fri 24th July: 6.30pm-10pm. Sat 25th July: 1pm-5pm. Entry: £3. Location: John Madejski garden, Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7