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UK Handmade Autumn 2012 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.27
This Autumn is all about Glamour and Indulgence. To get you in the mood, we have a fantastic competition to win a stunning bespoke piece of glamorous jewellery made by a jewellery designer of your... More > choice! We also have exclusive interviews with elegant womenswear designer Anna Popovich, Fiona Marshall of Not Mass Produced and other inspiring people. Indulge in some home spa treatments with our home spa recipes or revel in some home-baking with our selection of delicious sweet recipes. We’ve also got articles on pricing your work to reflect its true value, corporate sponsorship and our regular events and book reviews as well as some fabulous tutorials and sensational products, so sit back and indulge!< Less
UK Handmade SPRING 2013 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.29
Brighten up a drab and dreary day, and blow away those cobwebs with our new spring issue! Alongside our regular selection of gorgeous handmade goodies, tutorials, recipes and reviews, we bring you... More > exclusive interviews with inspiring designers and makers who use their own unique creativity to provide us with a fresh take on everyday items. So throw off those winter woollies, fling open your windows and breathe in some FRESH air.< Less
UK Handmade Autumn 2013 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.08
From the stories of a successful co-operative and a grow-your-own community group, to the life-changing advice of a business coach, this Autumn’s issue has something for everyone. If you are... More > thinking of taking the plunge and ‘Doing It Yourself’, we have exclusive interviews, articles, tips and hints to encourage and inspire you. We also have our regular selection of gorgeous handmade goodies, seasonal recipes, tutorials and reviews, so close the door, light the fire and settle down for a cosy and creative Autumn.< Less
UK Handmade Magazine Spring 2016 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $5.71
The speed at which most of us travel through life means that too often we miss the small things. In this issue, we slow down, to appreciate the detail, to savour the time that we have and do... More > everything as well as we as possibly can. It’s about quality over quantity, in the things that that we do, from drawing to making to living. We meet artists and designers whose uniquely considered work demonstrates the skill of the slow process. We also have our regular wonderful finds, features and reviews. See you in the summer!< Less
ukhandmade magazine spring 2011 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.18
Welcome to the “Inspiration” issue, jam-packed full of inspiring stuff! We bring you exclusive interviews with “Liberty Best of British Open Call” finalist, Liberty Moore and... More > the ladies behind the stunning homewares brand Lush Designs. There’s advice on how designer-makers can “Step It Up” with wholesaling; a look at the burgeoning Popup Shop phenomenon sweeping the UK as well as a spot of Guerrilla Gardening. If that doesn’t inspire you, we also have our regular selection of inspiring handmade goodies, interviews, tutorials, recipes, book and event reviews and business tips designed to help you make Spring 2011 a truly inspirational season!< Less
Uk Handmade Magazine Winter 2014 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.40
Legacy can refer to bestowal, benefaction, inheritance or heritage, and as artists, designers and makers, you could say that by investing in our own unique and authentic work, we leave our very own... More > legacy. In this issue, we bring you exclusive interviews with those who are making their own definite mark; from the stories of a weaver and a textile artist, to an amazing charitable social enterprise. If that’s not inspiration enough, we also have our regular selection of wonderful features, finds, seasonal recipes and reviews making sure that our winter issue has something for everyone. http://ukhandmade.co.uk< Less
UK Handmade Magazine Summer 2014 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.70
KIDS. We’ve all been one and some of us even have them. Alongside our regular selection of wonderful features, finds, recipes and reviews, we explore what it means to be a creative mum, we find... More > out how to produce handmade items suitable and safe for children, and we meet amazing artists, designers, makers and educators who will encourage and inspire you. If, after all that, we still have time before tea, just pull on your wellies - it’s summer after all - and come build a den and find fairies!< Less
UK Handmade Magazine Spring 2015 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.01
Welcome to our first issue of 2015. It’s a New Year and a time for new beginnings, so we are celebrating with inspirational tales; from gorgeous textiles and wonderful sculpture to fresh starts... More > and sound business advice. Our Spring magazine has something for everyone and if that’s not enough, we also have our regular selection of wonderful handmade finds, exciting events, recipes and reviews to help you kick start the year in style.< Less
UK Handmade Magazine Summer 2012 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.26
This summer all eyes are on the UK as the nation celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and Britain plays host to the Olympic Games. This issue is a celebration of all things British. We have... More > interviews with inspiring UK-based designer-makers, including an exclusive interview with homewares designer Jan Constantine who showcases her special jubilee collection. We also have articles on how to organise your very own handmade street fair, tips on maximising your sales as well as celebratory recipes and tutorial ideas, summer gardening tips and events. So make yourself a very British cup of tea, find some quiet time and enjoy our Jubilee issue.< Less
ukhandmade magazine summer 2011 By ukhandmade
eBook (PDF): $6.18
Summer is a time to embark on new adventures and try new things. This issue is packed full of ways you can 'Cultivate your Creativity' by learning, teaching or generally having a go at something... More > new! We have an exclusive interview with Holly Berry who tells us about life after Mastercrafts. Executive Director of the Crafts Council, Rosey Greenlees, talks to us about cuts in arts funding. There’s a raft of useful advice from running training courses to self-learning and a bumper pack of tutorials to make items which will make your teaching or learning space look spick and span. As well as all our usual articles on events, reviews, recipes and handmade goodies.< Less