1st Saturday of every month, 11am-5pm
Outside Ealing Town Hall
Featuring the best local designers, makers and small businesses.
Spring is in the air, and it's bringing Crafted W5 back to Ealing on 4th March. You'll find us in a new location in front of Ealing Town Hall, with some of your favourite returning traders plus exciting new additions to the line-up
Thanks to all of our wonderful customers and friends Crafted W5 was awarded runner up in the Time Out Love London Award 2016 for Best Shop in Ealing!
Outside Ealing Town Hall,
Ealing, W5 5JY
Tube/Rail: Ealing Broadway
Buses: 207, 427, 65, 607, E2, E7, E8, E11
Photographer Aimee Hocking creates photographic fabric based on her own images. After teaching herself to sew, a business idea was born! Her cushions, bags and other products are made from vintage inspired fabric sourced in the UK, or her own-designed fabric – making them items which can’t be found anywhere else.
Rebeca is an Ealing resident but native Portuguese. She has always been interested in jewellery making, creating gifts for family and friends. As she was moving to London, her grandmother, who was a tailor, gave her a collection of beautiful and interesting buttons, and told her to “do what you like with them”. And she has, making adorable earrings from the collection.
Based in Ealing for 7 years, Charlotte’s range of local prints, cards and tea towels is inspired by the plentiful green spaces, parks and architecture around Ealing. She has used her illustrative style to create stylish prints of Ealing's favourite landmarks such as the borough's fabulous historic pubs - the perfect gift for anyone who knows, loves, or lives in the area. All items are designed in Ealing and printed in the UK. Charlotte graduated from Bath Spa University with a BA(Hons) in graphic design and illustration before embarking on a highly successful career as a Creative Director, specialising in launching and redesigning many influential UK magazines. In 2015 a decision to adjust her work/life balance led to her launching her print business. Her work now features not only the places of Ealing, but Hanwell, Chiswick, and most recently, Acton.