As featured in The World of Interiors and The Sunday Times Home
Of the many master craftspeople Craft Editions has met, Eamon Tobin’s creative journey from carpet fitter to award-winning basket maker seems almost accidental - even to him.
It’s not only Clare O'Presco's accent that is unusual in the Donegal Town setting, the way she uses colours in her handwoven Donegal tweed is very different too.
Eddie Doherty is one of the legends of Irish handweaving and so meeting him and his wife Evelyn was a rare chance to get a glimpse of an authentic but sadly diminishing way of life.
‘I could talk all day about the ceramics world!’ Colleen Bowler laughs when Craft Editions met her at her studio in Castlegregory, Co. Kerry
Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Mourne Mountains, Craft Editions met mother and son Karen Hay-Edie and Mario Sierra of Mourne Textiles.
It was a bright, clear South African morning when Craft Editions met Binky Newman of Design Afrika in her Cape Town premises.
There is a wonderful sense of calm amidst the organised clutter of Justin Oh’s Holborn studio where he produces his signature bags.
‘I’ve always wanted to do knitting – which sounds really sad!’ Kate Jones confessed to Craft Editions when she kindly invited us into her Margate studio.
Craft Editions spent a wonderful two hours in the company of Harry Owen at his North London Studio in December 2016.
"I've always really loved patterns" Sally McGill tells Craft Editions when we met in her studio at Craft Central, London.