Product Feature: Made By Mrs M

Kate Marsden Made By Mrs M Made By Mrs M Button brooches Made By Mrs M Cushions Made By Mrs M NOTHS Summer 2015

Made By Mrs M is a UK-based brand with a colorful range of products from mugs to cushions, lampshades to notebooks, as well as selling their original fabric designs by the meter. Read on to learn a bit more about the brand and founder Kate Marsden.

 

“Made By Mrs M started when designer Kate Marsden realised she needed to return to her original passion. Kate studied Fashion & Textiles but went on to work for many years in the City of London. Kate’s love of art and design, and in particular textiles inspired the launch of Made By Mrs M. Kate likes to share her love for quirky, colourful and unique designs inspired by mid-century architecture, as well as her passion for making, with others via her fabric, product ranges and blog.

Based on the South London/Surrey border, Kate designs a range of patterns for fabric, which she also uses to illustrate a selection of complementary products. Kate has been striving for some time to ensure that all items are UK made, and all of her new products now achieve this aim. New fabrics and mugs are printed in the UK by small companies, while Kate makes all other products herself from her studio.

You may have seen Made By Mrs M products and Kate’s blog, in the following places: Royal Academy of Arts RAted range (Autumn 2014), Emerald Street (February 2015), Homemaker Magazine (March 2015), Craftseller Magazine (December 2014), Renegade Craft Fair (2014), Crafty Fox Market (2014 & 2015) and Thread Festival of Textiles (2014).”

 

You can visit Made By Mrs M at http://madebymrsm.co.uk/, or on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Facebook.

 

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