Hieronymus also contributed a stationery set, including a super-sleek handmade notebook and headed notepaper and cards, alongside a letter opener, a pen cup and a note box.
Victoria Wilmotte Born in Paris, Wilmotte studied product design at London’s Royal College of Art before opening her own studio in 2008.Start the project early so that the item is ready to wear in the winter.Top-rated Sellers on e Bay offer new patterns as well as some that are no longer in print.Once you have completed the coat, you can create matching trousers, dresses, and skirts in other fabrics.Look for girls' coat sewing patterns with free postage and packaging. Roksanda Ilincic and Linck Ceramics Fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic has put her own spin on five handmade ceramic vessels designed by Margrit Linck between the 1940s and 1960s.Previously produced in just a white or black glaze, the vases now feature Ilincic’s signature bold use of colour. The Italian family stone-carving business is known for its innovative furnishings for retail and urban design, while its exclusively marble Marsotto Edizioni collection features collaborations with some of the world’s most respected designers. writing station Christian Liaigre and Hieronymus Inspired by the finish on Hieronymus’ range of bronze accessories, Christian Liaigre worked closely with the Swiss stationery brand to create a hotel writing station with a patinated brass base and a top in ‘Réglisse lisse’ leather and Jamaican dogwood.Her colourful and graphic collections are sold in top stores in 40 countries, as well as her boutique in London’s Mount Street. Ceramics Swiss potter Margrit Linck began making ceramics in the 1940s at her Bern workshop.