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Celebrate the joys of spring, meet British chocolatiers, collect vintage fabrics, peek inside a beautifully colourful home in Yorkshire, indulge in a love for mismatched china, meet a milk lady and join the slow furniture movement…
Find some inspiration for your upcycling projects, or learn some new crafts, with our journal of inspiring projects and beautiful British products: needle felt your own spring-time lamb, make coat racks from decorative knobs, and turn your car-boot finds into one-of-a-kind treasures.
Celebrate the joys of spring with curiosities, explore a colourful home in Yorkshire, indulge in a love for mismatched china, find three ways to re-use doilies, and delve into old botanical volumes to unearth the meaning behind spring blooms.
We look at the Slow Furniture Movement, meet the guerilla upholsterer, spruce up an old chair and check out readers’ upcycling projects.
Donna Flower shares her floral fabrics, we take a look at vintage beauty in our A-Z guide, and we stop in to look at some of Britain’s hidden museum treasures.
The love of it
The Amazings show us a thing or two about knitting, we investigate more about collaborative consumption, and you tell us about your childhood souvenirs. Plus, we reveal the final winners of our Britain’s best markets campaign, and meet the people who made them what they are today.
A dapper gent gives his advice on traditional shaving, we look at vintage shopping in Norwich, and we showcase our favourite British-made springwear in our fashion feature.
Find out more about the history of hot cross buns, explore the life of a milk-lady, and discover the art of being a British chocolatier.