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ExaClair Limited has revealed the latest addition to their line-up of prestigious luxury Jacques Herbin inks, named Shogun. The ink was developed in collaboration with international fashion designer, Kenzo Takada, who sadly passed away last year, not long after the partnership with Jacques Herbin had begun. Thus, the ink pays homage to the iconic designer.
Recognised worldwide, Kenzo Takada was one of the most renowned fashion designers of his generation. His exceptional style combines a variety of multicultural inspirations with a distinctly Japanese touch. Alongside a creative development team he founded K (pronounced K-3), a luxury brand dedicated to the art of living.
Posted: 16 November 2021
The new Christmas collection invites crafters and stationery lovers of all abilities to spread festive cheer with hand-made cards, crafts and gifts - all made with love. Home For Christmas from Violet Studio, a brand from global craft business Crafter's Companion, features products to entice everyone from beginner makers to expert crafters. It includes pom poms, stamps, stickers, ribbon, paper pads, toppers and much more. Plus comprehensive kits with all the materials to craft home-made Christmas cards, gift wrap and decoupage designs.
Posted: 9 November 2021
Introducing Crafty You Crafty Me, established in 2020 designing and manufacturing contemporary craft kits with an eco-conscious mind-set. The company's kits are developed and manufactured in the UK with a focus on enabling a new audience to discover the joy of craft. Crafty You Crafty Me is proud to be stocked in shops across the UK and believes in the benefits of craft for mental health. Through these kits Crafty You Crafty Me offers the ability for everyone to relax and get crafty.
Posted: 19 October 2021
Add that awe factor to any quilt by creating a scalloped border in three sizes, specifically designed for 2in to 12in borders. Adjust the scallops to fit the sides of any project. The tool includes three sizes of scallops plus a corner unit. The small size is perfect for borders that are 2in to 5in in width. The medium scallop is ideal for 4in to 8in borders. And the large scallop works for borders up to 12in.
Posted: 14 October 2021
Search Press is excited to introduce film and TV costume designer, Michele Carragher's first book, Trace, which will be available later this month. Michele works as a Costume Embroiderer in the film and TV industry, and has been a part of many award-winning productions such as Game of Thrones, HBO's Elizabeth I and The Crown. She has also worked on Nicole Kidman's outfits for Queen of the Desert. Many of the costumes that Michele has embroidered have been exhibited in various museums around the world
Posted: 7 September 2021
With Halloween creeping up quickly, Décopatch has launched some new additions to its ever popular range of papier mâché shapes in preparation for this seasonal celebration.The cauldron is just perfect for collecting treats or making a stunning Halloween decoration for the home. Complementing this are the 'cheeky' smiley faced squash and new pumpkin shapes, which can combine nicely with the existing range of Halloween shapes, that include ghosts, bats, spooky skulls, spiders and so much more.
Posted: 19 August 2021
Dizzy & Creative design and produce high-quality embroidery and sewing kits and project books. The company uses the highest quality fabrics and threads, and has step-by-step guides set out clearly for both left and right handed stitchers.The designs are crisp and contemporary and each kit represents a mini tutorial, catering for all levels of stitching experience. The company's aim is to inspire everyone to stitch! Dizzy & Creative are proudly manufactured in Devon. Here's a few of their exciting products...
Posted: 12 August 2021
Early findings from the 2021 Report reveal that about 90 per cent of the 3,000 dedicated crafters surveyed have missed the experience of shopping for craft supplies, both in store and at craft shows. ICHF Events is focusing on new areas of research for its 2021 Craft Report to better understand the impact of the pandemic on the industry and how it can capitalise on any changes in consumer behaviour. The results of the survey will be revealed exclusively at the CHSI Stitches trade show at the NEC, Birmingham in September.
Posted: 8 July 2021