Sarah Jane Wilson is a textiles designer-maker creating unique hand-woven products under her label Fearlessweaver. Her unique designs are woven on a traditional countermarch floor loom in her studio in Wellington
Adrienne Mulqueen first tried her hand at weaving in Nelson in 1979. In 2018 she is making beautiful kitchen and hand towels for everyday use, the result of a collaboration with fellow Dunedin weaver Christine Keller.
Every domestic god and goddess appreciates the value of beautifully made belongings, so Felt is the perfect place to shop for them. Plus, every item on Felt is made right here in Aotearoa, so you know you’re getting something special.
Southland dad and furniture maker Darren Scott has making in the blood. Growing up doing renovating and building, teaching himself his trade, and supplementing his learning with some on-point courses, he now produces beautiful wooden furniture and homewares with a philosophy of sustainability. … Read more »
These beautifully designed rustic bottle openers from Garage Culture are crafted from recycled Rimu timber and use powerful magnets beneath the wood to catch up to 20 bottle caps!
David Gillard of WoodgrainNZ is passionate about the manipulation of timber, creating interesting designs and revealing the natural beauty of New Zealand native and exotic timbers. In his Auckland workshop David handcrafts unique artistic and functional pieces that are predominantly created from recycled timbers sourced … Read more »
We all need a bit of snuggly warmth right now, and this chunky knit blanket from Chain Gang, made from beautiful natural NZ merino wool, will make a great throw for your couch or favourite chair – or it can even be used as a cot blanket.
The stunning natural form of the nikau palm frond bulb is the basis of these beautiful bowls from Chop…
These practical and funky drying racks from Tree Essence are the perfect electricity-saving way to get those towels dry in all this rainy weather. Hoist them up to the ceiling to dry your washing in no time!
Otago-based wood turner Peter of Trees Set Free started wood turning 18 years ago. He finds joy in revealing beauty hidden with a piece of timber and “setting it free” by crafting the wood into lasting items to be used and enjoyed every day.