Yesterday we went to the Tea & Make event which is a celebration of regionally-made craft and making-do from South East London.
There were some lovely stalls there with a variety of things from local honey to ceramics to jewellery and toys. There were also free workshops such as how to make your own monster, learning how to felt and making mini kites. They had a small but great variety of some of the best designer-makers and creators working in Britain today.
My personal favourite was Cornelia O'Donovan who made such fabulous toy animals. She teaches print making at Middlesex Uni, and uses many of her designs on fabrics and incorporates them in her soft animals.
I also very much liked the creations of Polly George as she specialises in intricate homeware ceramics. Very lovely!