9 Oct

Makers’ Market at Orchard Square

Saturday 09 October 2021,   10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Drop-in event, free to attend

Scratch that indie buying itch and support some of Sheffield’s talented crafters and makers at Sheffield Creative Guild’s Makers’ Markets.  Some of our favourite creatives will be selling their beautifully, independently-produced prints, paintings, jewellery, homewares and more. 

Alongside stalls, we’ll be working with our friends Ignite Imaginations to put together a programme of children’s art activities which will be free to attend. More details to follow!

Running in September and October with support from Sheffield City Council, these will take place outdoors in Orchard Square’s courtyard.

October Stallholders

Emma Forbes is a Sheffield-based illustrator who loves to draw and creates the *cutest* enamel pins you’ve ever seen. 

Jess Heywood works across a number of different mediums, from textiles-based works to bright and unusual toys for kids and adults alike, to highly detailed drawings of the natural world.

Jessica Sinclair is an illustrator who aims to bring a spark of fun and joy to people’s day through her work. If you fancy something custom, she’s available for commissions!

Lauren Bower creates modern Art Deco inspired jesmonite homeware and gifts, all handcrafted here in Yorkshire.

Lorna Robey creates colourful handprinted home accessories and lifestyle products, as well as art prints of her papercut collage-led illustrations.

Nikki Stuart makes cute and colourful comic books and illustrations featuring a host of wild monsters and creatures.

Sophie Hinchliffe AKA Laser Bones makes a range of unique laser cut jewellery and other accessories, all made from sustainable wood and responsibly sourced acrylic.

Mal Fisher AKA Mal Made is an illustrator/designer Mal Fisher who works and lives in Sheffield, UK. Mal’s work uses elegant colour palettes and textures to draw a range of people and places. 

These event is taking place as part of Sheffield’s Summer in The Outdoor City campaign, which is being funded by the Government’s Welcome Back Fund to help the city’s economic recovery. More information on what’s happening across Sheffield this summer can be found on The Outdoor City website at theoutdoorcity.co.uk/summer