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Vegetable Garden Deck Chair

Vegetable Garden Deck Chair

Introducing my new Vegetable Garden Deck Chair.

Vegetable Garden Deck Chair

This year I've been working on a number of new illustrations, on the theme of a vegetable garden.

Vegetable Garden Deck Chair

So fair I have adapted them into a number of products, including tea towels and napkins. The illustrations include radishes, baby carrots, spring onions and purple cabbages. 

Vegetable Garden Deck Chair

I decided it...


My First Pop-Up Shop

My First Pop-Up Shop

Lottie Day Pop Up Shop

Last weekend I put together my very first pop-up shop.

This year I've taken part in a number of craft and trade fairs as well bigger events such as the Country Living Fair. However, I've never been able to work with a space that's more than a couple of meters wide!

Lottie Day Pop Up Shop

So this was a great opportunity to display my full range of handmade products: Tea Towels, Napkins, Read the article


Kirstie Allsopp presents The Handmade Fair

Handmade Napkins Shopping Tote Bag Lemon

I've just about recovered from a brilliant weekend at The Handmade Fair.

The event was presented by TV craft empress Kirstie Allsopp and sponsored by Mollie Makes.

It was a dream weekend for anyone who loves cutting, sticking, stitching, knitting, pearling, up-cycling, hoarding fabric and generally making a beautiful mess.

You could indulge your crafty urges in any way you liked,...


Kirstie Allsopp's Handmade Fair

This year I'm going to be taking part in The Handmade Fair, created by TV craft queen Kirstie Allsopp. The fair is being held at Hampton Court in Surrey from 18-20 September.
From what I can tell, it's going to be a mini-Glastonbury for people who like to craft!
I'm going to have my own stall in the shopping village.
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Personalised Products: Screen Printed Double Deckchair

Designing and making your own products by hand is a really rewarding way to work, it's great to follow the design process from sketchbook to workshop. Working this way also means that I'm able to customise and personalise my products to suit the tastes of my customers.

I mix my own colours for screen-printing, so when customers are re-decorating and re-designing their home, I'm able to colour-match my paint to fit their new design. In the past I've made personalised designs of lampshades, cushions,