Emma Mitchell is a popular designer-maker, craft teacher and naturalist. She has been published in Mollie Makes, Country Living and Kirstie Allsopp’s book Craft, and is the creator and editor of Mollie Makes Comic Relief Crafternoon in aid of Red Nose Day. She has been featured in the Guardian
Helen Friel is a paper engineer based in London. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2009 she has been creating work in paper for both editorial and advertising clients. Her popular workshops attract a trend-conscious crowd who are drawn by her on-trend designs, sophisticated colour palet
Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes is steadily building his reputation with his unique style of intricate drawings. Working mainly with ordinary black pens, Kerby's art is characterized by whimsical lines, patterns and doodle creatures which are combined to create massive compositions.H
Ashley Le Quere is a London-based surface pattern designer and illustrator, specializing in handmade patterns and screen printing. Her style is very narrative-based and fun, and she enjoys experimenting with colour and texture, creating all of her illustrations by hand.