AboutMakerhood is a showcase for makers in Lambeth. Our aim is to create connections – between different local makers, between makers and local businesses, and between makers and the local community. We believe this is good for us as individuals and for our communities, our economy and our environment.
Keep in touch
Sign up for our mailing list.
Tags"Brixton Village" accessories art baking Brixton Brixton Windmill cakes Christmas CornerCopia crafty fox crochet cushions Diverse Gifts dogstar Drawing embroidery Event fascinators fashion Flextiles Hairy Jayne handmade hats interview jewellery Kaylene Alder knitting Lambeth Country Show makers Makers' Meetings making uncovered meeting Morley College photography pitching Prickle Press prints research survey survey results team news textiles website workshop workshops
Category Archives: workshops
TweetAre you running or thinking about starting a creative business? Looking for advice on how to succeed? Come to our free business development event on 18 June. Makerhood has teamed up with Eventbrite to bring you the Brite London: the Makers … Continue reading
Tweet Mariatu Turay of Gitas Portal specialises in contemporary, African-inspired ladies’ and children’s fashion, handmade slippers, jewellery and handbags. At Making Uncovered she will be showing how to make fabric headbands for children and adults, and how to make the best … Continue reading
Tweet Cheeky Suds makes vegan-friendly, unusual and fun bath and body cosmetics, and was started by Chloe Morais from Brixton. At Making Uncovered on 20 April Chloe will be showing how to make body products and teaching a workshop. What do … Continue reading
Tweet Rachel Stanners of PricklePress explains her craft and her workshop at Making Uncovered on 20 April. Tell us about letter-pressing – what do you like about it and what brought you to doing it? Letterpress dates back to the fifteenth … Continue reading
Tweet Brixton’s very own willow-weaver Sarah Lovett talks about her craft and her show at Making Uncovered on 20 April. Tell us about your venture I am interested in permaculture and sustainability. Four years ago I planted 600 willows in … Continue reading