Crafty Fox Uncovered Peckham – Meet the makers
Crafty Fox Market was started in 2010 by Sinead Koehler together with her husband Stephan and the original aim was to host a one-off, good quality event attracting plenty of shoppers which would be affordable for designer-makers. Since then it has become in institution between designers-makers providing them with opportunities to sell their work during events taking place seasonally around London featuring hand-picked stalls, workshops and DJs.
Our favourite section of the markets is Crafty Fox Uncovered, a scheme that supports makers who have been in business for less than 12 months. Applications are accepted three times a year, in line with the main market applications. New makers can benefit from half price stalls and access to advice from established traders. The Uncovered area of the market can be found on the 2nd floor in the Brixton and Peckham venues and on the lower ground floor at the Geffrye Museum.
Have a look below at who we “uncovered” last Sunday in Peckham
Windy Up Designs by Fiona Packe is a hand weaver based in the suburbs of London. She creates unique handwoven pieces for the home including the cushions she showcased at the market.
Rossanna Clare Designs makes a range of jewellery and accessories made primarily from offcuts and recycled materials of wood and leather. She showcase her line of designs influenced by geometric shapes and patterns with many pieces dictated by the nature of the shape, size or form of the materials available.
Asal Gulli showcased her line of handmade bags and jewellery at the market, inlcuding very nice and detailled coinpurses and wallets.
Founder of Eureka Colouring Caroline Towning showcased her beautiful range of colouring books, greetings cards and and prints, all unique handmade illustrated gifts. After the huge success of her first colouring book “A Colourful Mind”, Caroline is now working on her second book.
Cuppacoasters by tealover Marisa Davis brought her line of high quality colourful coasters to the market, perfect a lovely coup of afternoon, or anytime tea.
Outside the Bussey Building we encountered Skapa Woodstuffs at his first market. Mike Groves, anthropologist and craftsmen, is interested in material and culture and has a passion for tools across the ages. He works with found and forages greenwods.
For anyone visiting a Crafty Fox Market we suggest to start with the Uncovered Section and work their way back. Below is a list of the makers mentioned as well as the calendar of upcoming events.
To find out more about the Crafty Fox Market visit their Website
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