Mini & George make accessories and nursery bedding for newborn baby up to 12months old.
All the clothing is handmade using Liberty of London fabrics, 100% cotton and they only use the softest cashmere/merino wool for the hand knitted hats and cardigans. Each of the fabrics is sourced for quality and comfort for your newborn baby.
The baby clothing collection consists of all the essentials that are needed for your newborn baby, ranging from hand embroidery onesies, jackets, gillets, trousers, bloomers, bibs and booties
Mini and George's nursery collection consists of quilts and pillows which are appliquéd and hand quilted with stars and butterflies. These are ideal for the cot or as a play mat.
Dippity T creates T-shirts that draw on musical influences, take inspiration from the natural world and craft a strong statement. Their designs are printed on good quality 100% cotton garments and are certified by WRAP and OEKO Tex accreditation. Launched in May 2015 the company is located in Bowes Park, N22 and is trading via www.dippityt.com and various local markets.
More Jewellery is run by two Silversmith students Elisabeth and Patricia.
On their stall you will find rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, cuff links and brooches, all individually designed and handmade. Each piece is unique. The materials are principally silver and also include precious and semi-precious stones.
Elisabeth and Patricia are happy to take commissions.
Spotty Vinyl is a network of small record shops that are located within existing shops. Currently you can find Spotty Vinyl stock in two health food shops and a framing shop across three locations in South London.
New stock arrives every week. Second hand vinyl is a major part of the stock, but new re-issues are also available.
19 year old Dulwich resident Amy Pitura-Riley heads “Dolly Did It”, a lovely business selling upcycled, preloved furniture, vintage items and homemade crafts.
After training in Technical Theatre at the acclaimed Brit School Amy turned her hand to refurbishing tired preloved pieces of furniture into beautiful desirable pieces, all sold at reasonable prices. The products are innovative and eco friendly whenever possible, e.g. an old tennis racket becomes a mirror, vintage china teacups hold beautiful scented candles, old vinyl records are turned into cake stands. You name it, Dolly will reinvent it!
If you are wondering where the name Dolly Did It comes from, 2 year old Amy’s dolly was ‘apparently’ responsible for spilling a pot of paint all over the carpet in the family home. Toddler Amy told her mum “Dolly Did It!”. When looking for a name for her new businesss Amy was reminded of this incident and “Dolly Did It” was born and now Dolly is applying her paint more usefully!