**As seen in The Observer**
Lozenge shaped barrel paper lampshades handmade from found and recycled vintage papers in conjunction with hand and machine stitch. Available in 5 designs.
Each design is available in 3 sizes - Small (16cm high x 20cm wide x 13cm deep), Medium (20cm high x 30cm wide x 22cm deep) or Large (26cm high, x 40cm wide x 29cm deep).
Penguin Orange: Machine stitched book pages from these vintage classics, with a hand stitched 'Picot Window', through to the iconic orange of the book's cover.
Map: Vintage maps with a hand stitched needle lace window through to the location of your choice (enter ONE specific location in the Information box at the basket). Includes a beautiful map edge and button loop detail on the back of the shade.
Green Butterfly: The insides of found envelopes are machine stitched and pleated together, with a hand stitched needle lace window through to a 3d butterfly (if you'd like a different insect just add this in the Information box at the basket).
Pattern Paper: Vintage dressmaking patterns with a machine stitched covered binding and button loops in yellow (if you'd like a different colour just pop this in the Information box at the basket).
Smocked Ledger: Vintage ledger pages have been hand smocked using traditional 'English Smocking' techniques, on papers that have been machine stitched together.
All handmade - what you order will be very similar, using the same papers, but may have slightly different placement, so never identical, always unique.
Delivered in the UK in 7-10 days. Do get in touch if you need one quickly.
***Need international shipping? Please get in touch before ordering and we'll arrange a quote for you.
Commissioning a piece of work is really exciting – it is a chance to have something made especially for you and an opportunity to really engage in the creative process.
Perhaps you need accessories to go with a particular outfit or a piece of furniture to fit a specific space in your home. We can work with you to design something truly unique. You’ll be able to discuss your ideas, likes and dislikes with the Maker and together create a piece of craft, handmade for you.
This is just a first step, so don't worry, there’ll be plenty of chances to discuss details before finalising a commission.