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TweetKnitter, crocheter and embroiderer Viv Moriarty is fascinated by the link between thinking and doing – something that she puts to good use when teaching 1. How long have you been knitting and crocheting? All the women in my family … Continue reading
TweetJoin in the fun and learn a few skills at the Makerhood drop-in workshops at the Crafty Fox Spring Market! The workshops are organised by Makerhood volunteer crafters and are completely free. Saturday 24 March, 12.30-3pm, Dogstar Brixton, 2nd floor – free. Knitting … Continue reading
TweetDesigner-maker Lucy Moseley of Moseley’s Giftware suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and chronic migraine, but loves creating jewellery, cards and knitting when she has the energy! 1. Would you mind telling us about your disability? I was studying philosophy at … Continue reading
TweetA big welcome to some of the new makers who have set up stalls on Makerhood in the past couple of weeks. Claire Mant creates Mantisglass: unique, handcrafted, kilnformed glassware with bold, distinctive designs that create a focal point for … Continue reading
Tweet On Sunday afternoon, before all of the craziness erupted in London, we took part in SWCraftClub’s pop up craft event at the Landor pub in Clapham. It’s difficult to picture a more contrasting scene to the madness that came … Continue reading