Jaana Vähäsöyrinki

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Designer, Direct Sales, Makers|

Jaana Vähäsöyrinki graduated as a fine art therapist and ceramist. She as an artist who has focused on ceramics. Jaana finds ideas and topics in ceramics as stories, folktales and myths. She loves storytellers. Jaana Vähäsöyrinki on valmistunut kuvataideterapeutiksi ja keramiikan artesaaniksi . Jaana on erikoistunut keramiikkaa ja raku keramiikan polttoon. Hän saa ideoita keramiikkaansa taruista ja myyteistä ja kansansaduista.

Juha Peltola

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Carpenter, Designer, Makers|

I am Juha Peltola, a cabinetmaker. Pieni Puusepänverstas manufactures high-quality wooden objects from traditional windows to gift items, and organises, for example, woodcut courses. I am familiar with traditional carpentry and like to use old working methods in my work. Finnish Olen puuseppämestari Juha Peltola. Pieni Puusepänverstas valmistaa laadukkaita puuesineitä perinneikkunoista lahjaesineisiin, sekä järjestää mm. puupiirroskursseja. Tunnen perinteisen puusepäntyön ja käytän töissäni mielelläni vanhoja työmenetelmiä.

Johanna Riepula

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Designer, Direct Sales, Makers|

I am a multitaskeri in crafts and culture, who is constantly interested in different materials and techniques. When I was younger I studied ecology and got into studying metal crafts by accident. I carried on to contemporary crafts and ended up doing some teaching also. Moving from city to a rural countryside has made it easier to use new materials like rush. Collecting, drying and storing rush is so much easier in an old country house. Traditional crafts have become more important to me mostly because of rush, and the teaching of old skills. Living in centre of quiet Finland

Tero Mäkelä

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Carpenter, Designer, Makers|

I have been working with wood in many ways since I graduated as a carpenter in 1996 and as a artist in 1999. I have been working in forest management, restoration of old buildings and in log building. The start of Mäkelän Puukonttori was in 2016, when an elderly couple was looking for someone to continue their business of making wooden icon boards. Luckily, at the same time a neighbor asked me if I wanted to buy her fathers woodworking machines. As a result of this I now have a small workshop where I produce icon boards and art out

Marika Saarela

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Designer, Direct Sales, Makers, Textile Designer|

I graduated as a designer of unique clothing and theater costumes in 2005. Over the years, I have worked in many different tasks in the clothing, design and craft industry: sales, marketing and design. I have worked as a theater costume designer in a few productions and as an entrepreneur for 4 years running a Finnish design store, an online store and a tailor-made tailoring shop. At the moment, I work in the handicraft industry association in Ostrobothnia in sales and marketing roles, and I teach handicraft skills in a handicraft school and in courses. I do handicrafts in my

Johanna Smed

By |January 12th, 2024|Categories: Direct Sales, Jewellery Maker, Makers|

I am Johanna a 44 years old mother of four and I run a small business called Hiidenverstas with my husband. Lempiverstas, my craft business is a part of it. I create different products from leather, jewelry, pottery, paintings and more. All of my products are handmade with love in a small town in the Finnish countryside. An old barn in the middle of the forest, lots of love and care, and a bit of magic, that is what Lempiverstas is made of. Finnish Olen Johanna, 44 vuotias neljän lapsen äiti ja toimin yrittäjänä yhdessä mieheni kanssa Hiidenverstas- nimisessä yrityksessä.

Pauliina Yliniitty

By |January 10th, 2024|Categories: calligrapher, Makers|

I’m a Finnish calligrapher and formally trained as a visual artist (2014). My studies were focused on calligraphy all the way through. I have now taught calligraphy for ten years. Over the past couple of years, I have run lots of calligraphy workshops on-line and I have also started teaching goal-oriented and regular calligraphy basics courses. I do commissions every now and then, but currently teaching takes up most of my time. I live in a small town called Oulainen almost in the middle of Finland. I go for a daily walk in the nearby forest. Some weeks ago I

Design JaanaÖ

By |January 10th, 2024|Categories: Artist, Makers, Wood Carver, Wood Sculpture|

I am Jaana Ölýmäki, craftsman, birch bark teacher, serigraph artist, photographer and writer. I teach birch bark work in a different part of Finland. In my company Design JaanaÖ offers high-quality and ecological birch bark jewellery, use and decoration products, diy-packages and birch bark material. Quality, ecology and ethics are the cornerstones of manufacturing. Finnish Olen Jaana Öljymäki käsityöläinen, tuohitöiden opettaja, serigrafisti, valokuvaaja ja kirjailija. Opetan tuohitöitä eripuolilla Suomea. Yritykseni Design JaanaÖ tarjoaa laadukkaita ja ekologisia suomalaisesta koivun tuohesta valmistettuja tuohikoruja, tuohisia käyttö- ja sisustustuotteita, ohjepaketteja ja tuohimateriaalia. Laatu, ekologisuus ja eettisyys, ovat valmistuksen kulmakiviä. Ruuttulantie 52, 85710 Parkkila Finland

Esker Design

By |January 10th, 2024|Categories: Direct Sales, Hand Crafted Furniture, Makers|

My name is John Farrell, I am the founder of Esker Design. From my design studio and workshop I make handcrafted furniture and a range of handmade boxes with a strong emphasis on sustainability and meticulous attention to detail. Society today is all about what’s next and fast consumption. At Esker Design our pieces start a conversation that future generations can continue. We design and craft heirloom quality pieces that create wonder in your home. John Farrell started Esker Design in 2020, with the aim of producing work that is unique, functional, and brings inspiration to your home. John graduated

Celtic Roots Studio

By |January 10th, 2024|Categories: Makers, Whole Sale, Wood Sculpture|

As a sculptor, my purpose is twofold: to honour the past and to advocate for the future. Through delicate salvage and careful preservation, I save these magnificent giants from oblivion. I understand that their stories, like ours, are intricately woven into the fabric of the Earth, and they carry profound lessons we must heed. With reverence, I dry the ancient bogwood slowly, preparing it for its transformation into sculpture forms and wearable art. As I carve, I can feel the echoes of the past, resonating with the present, and reaching toward the future. Each creation becomes a talisman, holding the


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