The story behind my handwoven heirloom quality table napkins.
Introducing you to my latest handwoven cloth. A seaside theme inspired by the wild and beautiful landscape in which I live on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall UK
On the 6th March 2022 Theo Paphitis of Dragons’ Den fame announced he was extending his SBS award scheme to Instagram. On the 15th May 2022 I won one for my Business Godrevy Textiles 🙌
Custom Order package for a handwoven organic cotton dining table runner and console table runner.
Green shoots are appearing and there is definitely more kindness in the air. Not warm yet but clear and fresh and I’m longing to throw open the windows in our home to invite Spring inside. I enjoy curating our home decor to reflect the changing seasons. The hygge feeling needs replacing now with a more definite vibe to set off the daffodils and Spring flowers we all love to bring inside at this time of year.
With Valentines and Mother’s Day nearly upon us I thought it was an ideal time to introduce my luxury range of small handwoven gifts.
This year it takes places on 4th December. It’s in its 9th year in the UK and is a grassroots campaign run by Small Is Big CIC, a community interest company that is not-for-profit, existing only to serve the interests of small businesses.
Last year it achieved record breaking success with 1.1 billion spent with small businesses in the UK on the day.
Meet up between Louise of Louise Hancox Textiles and Sarah of Godrevy Textiles October 2021
Beautiful Handwoven organic cotton cloth in autumnal colours. In memory of Aunt Jessie’s scullery 🍈
Time was with most of us, when Christmas Day, encircling all our limited world like a magic ring, left nothing out for us to miss or seek; bound together all our home enjoyments affections, and hopes; grouped everything and everyone round the Christmas fire, and make the little picture shining in our bright young eyes, complete. Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”
It’s of no surprise to many of you that know where I’m located on the Lizard Peninsula, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, that I’m influenced in my work by the big colours of sea and sky. Let me tell you more.
The Makers year is usually a few months out of synch with the real calendar. It takes time to accumulate materials and ideas. To make something totally desirable, either timeless or modern, requires research. Quality necessitates patience.