I make individually designed hats, bags and jewellery from mainly natural and local raw materials. The felt is hand-rolled using wool from my own sheep and those (and alpacas) reared by other local farmers. I use my own hand-made soap and the local soft water in the making. I introduce silk and other fibres to produce special textures, colours and effects, or I use undyed natural sheep and alpaca colours and fleece textures with stone, leather and horn fastenings. Sometimes beach-combed findings are incorporated, particularly sea-scoured glass and pottery fragments. I avoid plastics and man-made fibres and fabrics. Many of the dyes are my own, produced from natural local vegetation.
Available in Peak District galleries and at designer fairs. Workshops and demonstrations by arrangement.
On this Hope Valley sheep farm we consider ourselves caretakers of the landscape and raise sheep using traditional methods to maintain the integrity of the Peak District. The farm is run under the Environmental Stewardship Scheme. Our products range from raw fleece to handwoven textiles using mainly our own wool.
We aim to stock products that are ethically made, sustainable, local, organic, non-toxic and eco-friendly. Our clothes shop contains quality clothing and accessories. Eco Eco Home sells a wide range of items for home and garden, including natural paints, fair trade gifts and non-toxic bodycare.
Open: Tues to Sun 10.00-16.30. Closed Bank Holidays.
With over 30 years' forestry experience, we use small, low impact machinery to extract mainly conifers from ancient woodland and other sites managed for nature conservation. This FSC-certified timber is made into nestboxes, picnic tables and other wood products. Please ring or email for further details.
Peak District Creations & Look Creations
Milton House, Tunstead Milton, Whaley Bridge,
High Peak, SK23 7ER
Tel: 01663 734152
Mobile: 0798 395 0948
Contact: Mathew Look
A website for showcasing all things made within and around the Peak District where creators can display their products to potential clients. Current exhibitors include occasion cakes, artisan made felted products, turned wood bowls to knitting needles, images moving and stills, Lettering, graphic & textural designs, ceramic sculpture, pen and ink drawings and water & oil paintings, ethical toys, beauty products, artistic installations, glassware to name but a few.
Based in Calton in the Peak District, bring simple, beautiful ideas to help you celebrate the little things in life -as well as mark the milestone.
Our own range of hand made porcelain, gifts and personalised wedding favours are produced in our village studio, coordinated with locally produced ribbons and cords made from locally sourced organic wool.
Promoting British Art, Design & Jewellery. A working studio for artist Karina Goodman, whose inspiration comes from the Peak District landscapes, specialising in colourful & quirky watercolours. The gallery showcases the work of around 100 Derbyshire/British artists & designers who recycle/reclaim and make creative use of the Peak District. No imported goods sold.
Open: Wed to Sat 9.30-16.30 and whenever the boards are out.
Woodturner using mainly local woods from sustainable Peak District sources to make bowls, plates, objects d'art, plus other useful smaller items. All products made in my workshop opposite the courtyard display room. Commissions undertaken.
Available: If we are in we are open. Display room faces into the courtyard, please come through the 5 bar gate and turn right and proceed to the door in the corner.
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