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Crafty creatives – Little Things i Make

31 March 2011 No Comment

In the first of a new series, championing Brighton’s crafty creatives, we talk to Lucy Ashworth from Little Things i Make.

Lucy Ashworth from Little Things i Make

Tell us about Little Things i Make

Little Things i Make is the name for the whimsical creations that sprout from my imagination, weave their way through pens and pencils to create odd little doodles which somehow stitch themselves into my cheeky felt friends.

Why should people check out your work?

Because my creations will make you giggle & smile.

Where do you show and sell your creations?

I am a big fan of the Brighton craft scene and I try to get involved with as many fairs as I can.  You can usually find me and my Little Things at the Makers Boutique Markets and I will definitely try to get involved with any Brighton Craftaganza markets in the future.  I will also be setting up an online shop soon – so watch this space…

What personal piece are you most proud of?

My foxes! They have been the most fun to create, from the initial obsession foxy doodles to sewing my own little Foxy Friends. They’re so full of character and each one I make seems to take on a different personality.  I have even heard that they are quite mischievous and have a tendency move things around when you’re not watching – it must be the magic I sprinkle over them!

Little Things i Make foxes

Do you collect anything?

I have a bit of an addiction to big Granny-style cardigans and jumpers and have a bursting wardrobe to prove it!. I also collect old convex mirrors, my lounge looks like a funfair attraction…

Do you have a website?

I have a blog that i use to document the yellow brick road journey of the Little Things i Make. All things that inspire me and my work, from illustrations to textiles.

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