Craft Market 2019

Craft Market 2019

Now in its second year, the Craft Market at Coldharbour Mill brings together some of the finest craftspeople from across the region.

With each stall personally invited by the Mill’s creative team it is again set to be the place to start your Christmas shopping. With over 40 stalls to enjoy you can also meet the Mill’s own weavers and spinners, indulge indulge in delicious cakes, and lunches in the Mill’s Café or take a tour of the Mill.

Confirmed stallholders include:


Diane Whittaker:
Handmade in Somerset

Neckware, bags and cushions handmade using Fox Bros Cloth, Harris Tweed and Lyberty Prints.

Philippa Lewis Ceramics

Stoneware ceramics from Ashburton featuring hares, rams heads, Dartmoor gorse and heather.

Felt by Fi

The wonderful world of wool felting.

The Dirty Old Goat Soap Company

Handmade goats milk soap.

Made with love
by Mazz

Recycled handmade shabby chic coasters, jars cushions and bunting.

Facebook @mazzcraft
Instagram: mazzymoo12

Olive Rose

Contemporary gifts using the art of ‘Tatting’ a traditional Victorian lace-craft.


Locally made ceramics, pictures and cards.

The Ark Man

Hand crafted Noahs Arks, unique toys and puzzles.

DB Crafts

Traditional toys and jigsaw puzzles.

Handmade Socks and Wristwarmers

Glorious hand knitted garments from Wellington.

The Gardener's Blacksmith

Practical plant supports and garden artwork.

Yvonne Doney Jewellery

Designer and maker of beautiful jewellery.

Karen Scott

Hand-knitted shawls and accessories

Ellie Pearce Cushion Design

Beautiful cushion and apron sets inspired by the Devon countyside.

Claire Lowe Jewellery

Unique resin and silver contemporary jewellery.

Caroline Wait:
Blackberry Lane Designs

Enamel pictures and gifts.


Andrew Davis Photography

Contemporary landscape photography.

Lily & Lynne Soap

Traditional handmade soap.

Moonlight Jewellery and Beads

Handcrafted glass beads and jewellery.

Follow them on facebook: @moonlightjewelleryandbeads

Coldharbour Mill

Knitting Yarn and Textiles made at the Mill on heritage looms.

Thorne Alpacas

As well as hats, scarves and mittens, as well as fleece for spinning or yarn for knitting.

Victoria Williams Jewellery

Beautiful metal work from Wiltshire, specialising in jewellery and silversmithing

Smith Scents

Candles and scents

Stephen Long Woodturning

A variety of handcrafted, woodturned products.


Sunday 20th October

10.30 - 4.30pm

Coldharbour Mill


To apply for a stall
contact Rosie at


£3 on the day or £2 in advance from our online shop

Mill tours are available throughout the day
£5 on the day or £4 in advance from our online shop

Advance Tickets and Tours are available here