Readers of a new book, Inspired: London, A guide to handmade in London, will get an exclusive insight into over 150 handpicked

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Packed full of inspiring designs from clothing to art, and detailed information about their creators, this guide literally puts the reader in touch with the people that hand make products in London. The book closes the gap between the producer and the buyer, as the book contains contact details for every designer, so the reader can chat, make a commission or even meet up with the designer in their studio.

The guide was created by Mary McDermott, owner of We Make London, a series of regular craft events across the city, after she spotted a rise in the interest in handmade products in the UK.

Mary said:

“While the enthusiasm for handmade products has increased in the past few years, I also noticed that customers actually wanted to know more about the designers than you can with online shopping. They wanted to have a personal experience and to know that the products they buy have been lovingly made locally. So we decided to put together a book that would allow customers to actually meet up with the designer.”

With products to suit every budget, this must-have guide for Londoners and visitors aims to support local businesses, which is now more important than ever in the current economy. As well as dedicating an entire page to the work of each designer, the book also has a directory of nearly 100 interesting organisations, suppliers, independent shops and designer-maker markets.

Inspired:London – A guide to Handmade in London will be launched on 10 and 11 November at Spitalfields market and is available to buy online for £12.99 via the We Make London Website http://wemakelondon.bigcartel.com/ and in selected bookshops.

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  1. October 16, 2012  11:52 am by Ayshe Brandts Reply

    I'm very proud to be featured in this book. While you wait for the book to be available, you can see my designs at http://www.brandtsjewellery.co.uk. Thank you Mary & We Make London!

    • October 16, 2012  12:17 pm by Ffi Davies Reply

      It looks like an immense book! Well done for being featured :) Will check out your site now x

  2. October 16, 2012  9:08 pm by Jennie Caminada Reply

    I am also very proud to be in this book. Mary has a real eye for talent and is a pleasure to work with. You can check out my work at Etsy.com/handmadeByCheeky and the whole of my enterprise at www.cheekyhandmades.co.uk

  3. October 17, 2012  9:07 pm by Coral Turner Reply

    It's so exciting to be amongst fellow creatives, and to be a part of this book 'Inspired:London'; Mary has been great, her enthusiam and energy totally infectious. To view my work of one-of-a-kind garments http://www.coralturner.co.uk, for more information.

  4. October 19, 2012  12:36 pm by Lizzes Beautiful Art Reply

    I've seen the preview of some of the pages and they are amazing. There are so many talented designers in there. I'm so lucky to be part of the book. To check out my shop prior to the book http://www.lizzesbeautifulart.etsy.com

  5. October 22, 2012  6:00 pm by OZZYBAG Reply

    It is so exciting to be part of such an amazing book ! Thanks to Mary; she has been very helpful. If you want to check out my quirky bags go to: www.ozzybag.co.uk !

  6. October 24, 2012  11:41 am by Astrid Barney Reply

    I'm very excited to be part of 'Inspired London', Mary has picked amazing designers to be part of this project. To check my designs and products please go to: www.da-lata.com

  7. October 25, 2012  12:47 am by Jannet Ellis Reply

    It's great to be part of Inspired London, can't wait to see the book. You can check out all my fresh flower cards designs at: www.freshasadaisycards.com

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