The Felt team would like to say a huge thank you to all the wonderful makers we’ve met through our Meet the maker blog series in 2020 – you’re truly inspiring! We’re looking forward to getting to know more amazing Kiwi makers in 2021. 🙂
Hana of Hana Made Jewellery, who loves handcrafting metal jewellery in her workshop by the sea.
Qi from Coast Craft, with her gorgeous hand-stitched leather wallets and card holders.
Karen from Nuku, the label for artisan plant dyed textiles that tread gently on the earth.
Janine of Janine Rata pottery, on a journey to explore the potter’s wheel.
Tina of Fibrefusion Felt Design, who is passionate about the ancient art of felt making.
Brenda of Zealous Design, and her beautiful designer dolls and softies.
Designer Marigold from Gold Creative, the artist behind a stunning range of prints and cards featuring NZ native birds.
Elizabeth and her Tiny Houses, sure to add colour and delight to any home.
Gina of Luxi Home NZ, creator of stunning macramé wall hangings and accessories (and gorgeous paintings too!).
Adrienne, the weaver extraordinaire behind Adrienne’s Loom, producing beautiful textiles since 1979.
Tailor Nana of Hena Hena, bringing once-forgotten kimonos back to the modern world as lovely new clothes an accessories.
Cathy from Tuahiwi Botanicals, grower of luscious organic herbs for her herbal teas, blends, and skin products.
Mike of Walker’s Wood, a talented woodturner inspired by our amazing Aotearoa landscape.
Textile creative Amy of Stitched, creating fresh and colourful products for children and homes.
Katherina from Magpie Castle and her stained beautiful glass trinkets, crystals and pressed flower jewellery.
Reynold of Old Relic, maker of fantastic gold-rush era miniature cottages and buildings.
Leatherworker Rowena of Sonder and Wilde and her gorgeous, stylish leather handbags and wallets.
Suzie of Curlicue NZ Jewellery, inspired by nature and the environment around her to create gorgeous, curling pieces.
Deb from Finnbear Kicks & Capers, making original designs for kids, inspired by her boys.
Emma of Emma Turner Ceramics, taking ceramics in engaging, colourful and creative directions.