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Tweet The Vegan Tart delightfully challenged my preconceptions – I didn’t imagine that vegan cakes and savouries would tempt me, or that their ‘Head Tart’, Dumisani Nyathi, would turn up sporting a beard, but after talking to him I’ll be pigging … Continue reading
TweetBrixton-based textile designer Robyn tells us how her great-grandmother’s notebook inspired her brand, and of the links between creativity and mental health. Tell us a bit about Archie Mac London, what do you make or do? Textile design. It’s all … Continue reading
TweetWe’re planning a makers’ event in West Norwood on the evening of 26 July, before everyone disappears for the summer. John Price has very kindly offered the Portico Gallery, along with drinks and nibbles. Ideas At our first meeting in West Norwood in … Continue reading
Tweet We came across this today (thanks Rachel!), and thought many of you would be interested in it; news of London’s first Renegade Craft Fair. Typically based in the States, Renegade organise annual free-to-attend events focussing on “DIY and indie-craft … Continue reading