If you supported us way back in December you will at long last be able to receive your crowdfunding rewards: badges, bags and T-shirts have been made. Lizzy, MWM’s producer, hand-printed the bags and T-shirts herself with lovely folk at Double Elephant Print Workshop in Exeter. Natalie Stone and her daughter Olive leant a hand too, and enjoyed learning some news skills together. The design is thanks to Julia Labutina’s mothering and making self-portrait. You can read more about Julia as she October’s Mother of the Month.
Mothers Who Make Exeter was featured on BBC Spotlight and BBC Radio Devon.Read More
Read about what happened when we went on Woman’s Hour this summer!Read More
Barnsley Council support local mothers makers at The Cooper Gallery which launches on the 27th September.Read More
As we grow we are supporting regional coordinators to launch new hubs, who will in turn support new co-ordinators.Read More
Hub Coordinators from all over the UK came together to talk about how we sustain Mothers Who Make.Read More
In July Faith Matthews, Emma Jones and Jessica Geach launched our first rural hub in South Devon. The Clay Factory, a new artist space in Ivybridge hosted artists from local villages, many of whom ran their own creative businesses.Read More
In May Lizzy Humber, Holly Holt and Estelle Buckridge launched a vibrant hub at Exeter Phoenix welcoming over 50 makers and 60 children in the first 3 months. In August BBC Spotlight and Radio Devon visited to learn more - clip coming soon!Read More