Amy Mortimer from Stourton Caundle in rural Dorset designs and creates gifts and homewares from felts. She started making after she realised there was a market for good quality, unique, handmade items. Her items are sold in garden centres as well as via our online store..
Jo Stephens, who lives in Crowcombe, Somerset, has loved arts and crafts since she was young and has also previously run art clubs for children at schools and youth groups.
Sarah, who comes from Bath, has always loved drawing and creating things. As a child, she preferred making costumes and furniture for her dolls rather than playing with them.
Angie Spurgeon is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, who lives with her husband and two daughters near the beautiful Quantock Hills in Somerset.
New in for spring are a selection of tea towels featuring illustrations from Westcountry-based artist Sarah Drew.
Our Dorset felter is one of Santa’s little helpers at this time of year!
If you’re looking for unique Christmas gifts (2017) for cat lovers or your pet, you can browse quirky and sensitively conceived handmade items from us.
New in for winter/spring (2017/2018) at are a selection of tea towels aimed at gardeners and wildlife lovers and featuring illustrations from our very own Westcountry-based artist Sarah Drew.
Time marches on and before you know it we’ll be counting down to the end of the year.
NEW IN for winter/spring (2017/2018) are a selection of cushions featuring illustrations from Westcountry-based artist Sarah Drew.