12 Days of Canadian Designer Christmas Creations from their Workshops
Our Canadian designers are real people who have studied and practised their artistic pursuits, perfecting techniques and designs along the way. What are they creating for Christmas?
In the past eleven days, we have featured their women’s fashion accessory and home decor products made with ostrich leather, cashmere, concrete, stainless steel, gemstones, silk, metal clay, beeswax linen, Canadian hardwood and recycled metals. We thought it might be time to give you a glimpse into their workshops – there are no elves to be seen, just our designers still hard at work.
Morija Reeb – weaving with silk at her loom:
Nancy Newman and her vintage fabrics – handbags in progress:
Anastassia Selezneva handcrafting her sustainable jewellery from recycled metals:
The team at Artigiani Milanesi weaving cashmere garments:
Colleen Poitras handcrafting jewellery for the “Pretty. Rocker. Chic.” in every gal:
Kaarina and her KOTI Design silk evening bags at a designer show:
Melanie Neves working with metal clay to create her gorgeous nature-inspired jewellery:
Cassandra Burrell contemplating her next eco-friendly, designed for comfort clothing pieces:
Erin Johnson showcasing her Erinlaura gemstone jewellery in Vancouver:
Christine VonBun designing her ostrich leather handbags:
Kathy Clarke in her outdoor workshop on a nice day on Bowen Island:
Jill Smith relaxed after working with 45-pound blocks of beeswax:
And, Katja dreaming up the next Skimbaco jewellery design:
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Happy Holidays to one and all.
Designers at work for Pinterest: