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  • Little Dan Designs

    Despite coming from a family of sewers, Danielle Seatter only discovered the joys of making when her children were at school. Firstly sewing for family and friends, she found it so therapeutic and well received that she set-up Little Dan Designs in 2012. Danielle now makes handmade products from her home in Minety and sells through Etsy and at Cotswold Creative Fairs which she launched in 2016. Her best sellers are her fabric covered noticeboards but other items include sewing craft kits, bunting, aprons, peg bags to name a few. She can make to order, match with colour schemes and fabrics and is particularly proud of her new waterproof beach bags. She’s also recently added crochet to her range. A regular seller at fairs she identified an opportunity to create community fairs that give local groups an outlet for fundraising, while providing crafters a place to showcase and sell their wares to locals, and Cotswold Creative Fairs was borne. Mostly North Wiltshire, they’ve so far been a great success. By involving community groups the word spreads quickly about the fairs and Danielle ensures they are properly marketed. The quality of stalls is kept to a high standard as all sellers have to be proper established businesses. Danielle is also always present with Little Dan Designs and her fabulous range of homewares. ...»

  • Charlie Howe Design

    Business Consultant Jenny Holt has always been passionate about design and interiors and had a flair for creative projects. In 2016 she came up with the idea of making household items into lights, so set-up Charlie Howe Design from her home in Urchfont. ‘I use an eclectic mix of everyday items found in kitchens, bars & restaurants, turn them upside down and make them into lights. I’ve made lights from colanders, champagne coolers and Balti dishes. A kitchen shop in Wiltshire has one of my lights made from a teapot and I’ve also used shot glasses and cocktail shakers for customers wanting something smaller.’ The lights are quirky and fun while using quality electrics and fabric covered cables. Her range includes china, copper, glass and stainless steel. Whether installed in a kitchen, restaurant or office they’re a real talking point as people inevitably stop and look at them. ‘The reaction has been incredibly positive and people always comment on how fabulous they are. I also do bespoke commissions and was recently approached to make a light from a large oak box. The box hangs from the ceiling and is hung using heavy chains. It looks fantastic. If you have something old that you think would make a good light or just want something different get in touch. I’d love to help.’ ...»