WHERE TO BUY HAND­MADE

For a great se­lec­tion of de­sign­ers and mak­ers, head to a craft fair

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MADE DE­SIGN AND CRAFT FAIRS

Four dif­fer­ent de­sign and craft fairs run by artist cou­ple Tut­ton & Young. Three in Lon­don, and one in Brighton. The next ones are a new table­top show at St Mary’s church in Maryle­bone (30 Novem­ber – 1 De­cem­ber) and in St Bartholomew’s church, Brighton (24 Novem­ber). tut­to­nandy­oung.co.uk

CON­TEM­PO­RARY CRAFT FES­TI­VAL, BOVEY TRACEY

Now in its 15th year, this Devon craft fes­ti­val, held every June, aims to make craft part of ev­ery­day life. A wide range of ex­hibitors from all dis­ci­plines, plus work­shops and demon­stra­tions. craft­sat­bovey­tracey.co.uk

GREAT NORTH­ERN CON­TEM­PO­RARY CRAFT FAIR

A series of shows through­out the year held in Sh­effield, New­cas­tle and Manch­ester. The next one, ‘the flag­ship show’, will be held on 11–14 Oc­to­ber, at Up­per Camp­field Mar­ket, Manch­ester, with 150 de­signer-mak­ers. great­north­ern­events.co.uk

MADE BY HAND, CARDIFF

Work­shops, demon­stra­tions and home­made cake, along­side work for sale from 150 mak­ers from dis­ci­plines in­clud­ing ce­ram­ics, tex­tiles, fur­ni­ture and metal work. 2–4 Novem­ber, City Hall Cardiff; made­by­hand-wales.co.uk

A se­lec­tion of ce­ram­ics, from £10-£20, by Paige Mitchell at room365.co.uk

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