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Join us again this year…

Fri 24 Nov 2-9pm | Sat 25 & Sun 26 Nov 10.30-4.30pm

Join Making Space as we host another inspiring maker-curated winter craft market. Following the success of last year we will once again be transforming Making Space and over 3 days will play host to makers showcasing innovative and beautiful crafts & perfect handmade presents. We will also have festive refreshments available and some merry music!

Want to be a part of this exciting event? 

If you’re a local maker / Independent shop that would like to join us, please click on the button below to find out more about the different pitches available. 

Meet the Makers

Check out some of the amazing makers that will be joining us for this years Make Merry. Keep checking back as we will be updating the directory each week with new makers. 

Moon Water Treasures

We work with artisans in different regions in the Philippines and India. Their skills have been passed down from generations to generations. We feel their passion and artistry. However, because of fast fashion, their craftsmanship is slowly fading. We strongly believe that their craftsmanship is to be appreciated and celebrated that’s why we are here! The artisans as well as their crafts are treasures!
Moon Water Treasures is more than just a shopping experience. Some of the proceeds go to great causes! Through your purchases, we support Filipino children and their families with their school needs.


SALT & CLAY is a handmade small batch soap and skincare brand focussing on using only the most nutritious, nurturing ingredients to harness the goodness within.
In our Hampshire studio we create everyday skincare essentials that are not only luxurious and beautiful but natural, nourishing and kind to skin.
We use only plant-based ingredients, so every product is vegan friendly and cruelty free.


Daybreak uses recycled silver and copper to handmake personalised jewellery.

Chunky Knit Co.

Chunky Knit Co will be joining us again after a sell out last year, creating the most sumptious and soft hotwaterbottle covers, cushions, blankets and baskets, she is the perfect trader for a winter craft fair! All chunky knits are hand knitted, gorgeously soft and machine washable. Practical and beautiful!

Julia de Klerk

Julia de Klerk is a designer maker based in petersfield. She creates colourful acrylic jewellery and homewares inspired by art, colour, kitsch and all things joyful.

Catherine Claasen Ceramics

CatherineClaasenCeramics is new! I have been developing my pottery skills and exploring which shapes, effects and style really appeal – my work explores contrasts in texture and form, using monochrome as a basis with strong pops of colour. I like mixing elements of handbuilding and strong graphic design with thrown stoneware.

Sarah L Hamilton

Sarah designs and creates jewellery from 100% recycled sterling silver with flashes of coloured shimmering resin. The pieces are striking shapes, designed to be elegant and easy to wear.

Samantha English

Using precious and non precious metals Samantha seeks to capture the fragments, preciousness, decay and sensations of memory.
As she works on each piece she seeks to capture a fragment, a sensation or feeling of a memory and through the treatment of the metals, she explores and captures the fragility, decay and the preciousness of those memories.

Wood & Daughters

We are Wood and Daughters, mother and daughter, sharing our enthusiasm and passion, bringing together life-long interests, making things we love with love. We are multidisciplinary artists, creative souls, living a colourful life by squeezing every drop of joy from each day. Everything we create is designed and made with lots of love and great care in our Hampshire studio. Bold, bright and colourful jewellery, cards and gifts are at the heart of our making. Perfect for those you love or as a treat for yourself. We look forward meeting you and sharing what we do.

Pei & Jing

Assoc Prof. Peipei Yu and Jing Guo, a dynamic duo of academia, design, and artistry, invite you to embark on a creative journey that bridges cultures and transcends boundaries. Together, Pei and Jing bring to life a captivating fusion of academic rigor and artistic innovation. Their collaboration for this pop-up shop promises to be a celebration of cultural diversity and creative synergy, inviting you to explore the intricate tapestry of their combined visions. Join us on this artistic odyssey as we delve into the realms of identity, culture, and creativity through the lens of Pei & Jing.

Sharon Justice

Sharon is a Designer/Jeweller working in predominantly sustainable silver and semi precious stones, but also makes in copper and other materials.Her work is elegant and wearable while featuring interesting textures and and surface patterns.

Pure Cariad

With over 20 years of Aromatherapy experience the 8 aromas in the Pure Cariad range have been created, blended and hand poured by Nic for over 5 years. Bringing aromatherapy essential oils with healing properties into your space and home.

Clare L Wilson Glass

Clare works primarily with cane and murrine techniques making functional art objects. Her choice of employing a muted pallet heightens her signature frenetic patterning. She is drawn to glass and working with cane in particular because of the technical challenges involved and the infinite possibilities available in the application of the technique.

Jewellery With JessicaMarie

Jessica is a Hampshire based Silversmith and jewellery making tutor. Her work is largely inspired by contrasting textures and geometric shapes. She uses natural stones to tell their own story and create a statement amongst her everyday collections. Jessica welcomes commissions and has a Made To Order range.

Louise Pitt

I am a compulsive creator with a passion for recycling and reusing materials. I especially love to make mosaics using discarded ceramics combined with fired glass. I am also unable to resist fabric and wool, reworking found tapestries, belts and zips into unique bags and yarn into fun recycled crocheted Christmas baubles.

Kate Burbridge

An artist illustrator I work largely in pen and ink, and pencil. I am fascinated by texture and how best to render it in two dimensions. I like to draw everyday objects, capturing their form and weight, real but not real.
This year I have added a range of jewellery made from the vintage buttons I have inherited from my mother, grandmother and great aunts. I reuse these beautiful buttons, singly or in layers to create fun, eye catching costume jewellery, a little piece of history from my family to yours.

More Makers being confirmed soon!

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