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Potclays Ltd

category: Ceramic Suppliers   

Potclays Ltd is a family company, now in its fourth generation, supplying clays, glazes, kilns, machinery and equipment for craft, education and industry.

As well as offering a wealth of knowledge and support for ceramicists, the team also support events and opportunities for makers.

address: Brickkiln Lane, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 7BP

telephone: 01782 219816

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R & A Collaborations

category: Photography & Film   

R&A Collaborations is the combined talents of photographer Richard Foot and digital media artist Arron Fowler. Their ethos is to promote makers by engaging public interest in the person behind the products. Their films aim to capture the subject’s personality and get across the reasons why they do what they do.

Richard and Aaron have made films for a number of madebyhandonline Makers and we absolutely recommend them without reservation!

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RBSA Gallery

category: Venues & Galleries & Exhibition Space   

region: Midlands   

The RBSA Gallery’s Craft Gallery has established a reputation as one of the leading outlets in the Midlands for contemporary craft, striving to demonstrate the diversity and creativity of the UK’s craft-making community. Through its programme of creatively themed exhibitions, the RBSA displays innovative, yet affordable craft from designer makers based all over the country. Works on display range from designer-maker jewellery to ceramics, textiles, silverware and woodwork.

address: 4 Brook Street, St Paul’s, Birmingham, B3 1SA

telephone: 0121 2364353

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Samson and Coles

category: Independent Craft Shops   Venues & Galleries & Exhibition Space   

region: South East   

Samson and Coles is a stunning contemporary jewellery gallery in the fashionable seaside town of Whitstable in Kent, showcasing the work of selected British Designers.

Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10.30 – 5.00.

address: 13 Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent, CT51DB

telephone: 01227277985


category: Publications   

Always a thing of beauty, the bi-monthly Selvedge Magazine covers every facet of textiles – interiors, fashion, art, craft, travel and shopping – in an intelligent and inspiring way. “We see the world though a textile lens but cast our eye far and wide looking for links between our subject and achievements in other fields from architecture to archeology.”

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Snug Gallery

category: Independent Craft Shops   Venues & Galleries & Exhibition Space   

region: Yorkshire   

Snug is an independent Gallery, showing work by some of the UK’s most prominent Designer-Makers. Set in the heart of a vibrant creative community, this gallery and shop is a feast for the senses!

Open Tues-Fri 11am-5pm and Sat 10am-5pm.

address: 58 Market Street, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 6AA

telephone: 01422 847435

Spin A Yarn

category: Textiles & Haberdashery & Knitting Suppliers   

region: South West   

Spin A Yarn is a specialist yarnshop in Devon offering locally produced organic wool & fleece, as well as exciting yarns from as far around the world as New Zealand, Peru and Japan. They also run workshops, from beginners knitting to professional finishing of knitted garments, crochet, spinning, felting & basket-weaving. Open 10am-5pm from Monday to Friday & 10am-4pm on Saturdays.

address: 26 Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9AD

telephone: 01626 836203

Tayberry Gallery

category: Independent Craft Shops   Venues & Galleries & Exhibition Space   

region: Scotland   

The Tayberry Gallery sells gifts, practical items and quality handmade. Everything is designed and made in Britain. Their changing collections include contemporary jewellery, ceramics, wood, textiles, illustrations, paintings, glass, sculpture and prints.

Open Monday – Friday 9.30-5.30pm and Saturdays 9.30 – 5.00pm.

address: 19 Princes Street, Perth, Scotland, PH2 8NG

telephone: 01738 440899

The Crafts Council

category: Networks & Advisors   

region: National   

The Crafts Council’s goal is to make the UK the best place to make, see, collect and learn about contemporary craft. In 1971 the Crafts Advisory Committee (CAC) was formed to advise the government ‘on the needs of the artist craftsman and to promote a nation-wide interest and improvement in their products’. In April 1979 the CAC was renamed the Crafts Council. It established independence from the Design Council and was granted a Royal Charter in 1982 ‘to advance and encourage the creation and conservation of works of fine craftsmanship and to foster, promote and increase the interest of the public in the works of fine craftsmen and the accessibility of those works to the public in England and Wales’.

address: 44A Pentonville Rd, London N1 9BY

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The Design Trust

category: Networks & Advisors   

The Design Trust is an online business school for designers and makers. Working with new and established businesses, the team provide information and support about all the issues behind running a creative business, from exhibitions to trade orders, the media and financial matters…

“We provide the knowledge, tools and community for you to create a business you are proud of: Our Business Club members get practical expert information through 1-hour webinars and short video interviews, and the support and accountability of other creatives and our experts in our online community through forums, regular 30-day Challenges and a monthly Q&A call with The Design Doctor answering any business questions. Our Business School & Shop recommends our favourite online courses, e-books, products and tools created by our (affiliate) partners.
Our free resources include a regular newsletter, and an opportunities and business training listing.”

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