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  • JOY Woodcrafts

    (Pedram Padidar & Corrine Davey)
    JOY Woodcrafts is an offshoot of Jersey Organic Yurts (JOY) and uses left over wood from yurt builds to create chopping boards and wall art in various styles.
  • Kartoon Faktory brings humour to the masses and shares its unique, comedic view on life in the form of art prints, books, canvases, greeting cards, tea towels, mugs, t-shirts, calendars and much more.
  • Katherine Cadin

    (Katherine Cadin)
    Katherine Cadin is a painter with a passion for vibrant colour and pattern. Her Greek heritage strongly influences the colours and themes in her work, and a love of vintage textiles and folk art inform the intricate patterns in her paintings.
  • Katie’s Shed

    (Katie Luce)
    Katie’s Shed has been making textile gifts and cards for eight years. Katie uses free motion embroidery to applique cute pictures and decoration onto purses, lavender bags and cards as well as many more products which change throughout the year to compliment the seasons, making her work the perfect gift for any occasion.
  • Kim Wink

    (Kim Wink)
    Kim Wink moved to Jersey with her family in her teens. She lives one minute from the beach in the house that her and her husband spent years transforming into a lovely seaside cottage. Kim has always loved art and crafts, but it was during this project that she developed a passion for making her own soft furnishings.
  • La Chasse Produce

    (Paul & JP Blake)
    Father and son, Paul and JP Blake, founded La Chasse Produce Ltd in 2011.
  • La Cote Distillery

    (Alex Curtis)
    At La Côte Distillery, spirits are distilled right from Grain to Glass. Starting with raw ingredients such as malt barley, they brew, ferment & distil their way to a smooth neutral spirit.
  • La Cremiere

    (Bryony Le Boutillier)
    Bryony and her family run the Woodlands Farm dairy herd supplying Jersey Dairy. At the La Crémière kitchen at Woodlands Farm, Bryony makes artisan food using their world-class Jersey dairy ingredients, producing the ultimate good-mood foods!
  • La Loueme

    (Evangeline Yates)
    La Louême is the pottery studio of Evangeline Yates, based on the windy north coast of Saint Mary, where she produces handmade ceramic table wares and unique decorative vessels.
  • One of the most unexpected finds in the Jersey countryside is a working vineyard and distillery. La Mare Wine Estate can be found adjacent to Jersey’s National Park, in a quiet secluded corner of the north of the Island where fields of vines and apple trees surround a traditional, 18th century, Jersey granite farmhouse.
  • La Robeline Cider Company

    (Richard and Sarah Matlock)
    Richard learned the art of cider making in Normandy where he also found a very neglected and ancient cider press in need of complete restoration. The press was brought over to Jersey and eventually ensconced in an old pig sty in the West of the Island and La Robeline Cider Company was born!
  • Laura Smillie is a studio potter based in Jersey, Channel Islands, specialising in slip-cast ceramics.
  • Lauren Radley Illustration

    (Lauren Radley)
    Lauren Radley is a UK based illustrator and designer.
  • Le Boutillier Family

    (Richard, Charles and Bryony Le Boutillier)
    The Le Boutillier family have been farming at Woodlands Farm for generations. They are one of the few remaining mixed Dairy and Potato farms in the Island, still growing their Jersey Royal New Potatoes in soil fertilised by the herd.
  • Le Rocquier School

    (Stewart Elston)
    Le Rocquier is the Genuine Article - Le Rocquier School have recently proven that they are the Genuine Article. In September 2012 the school gained the prestigious Genuine Jersey mark for one of the many products that are designed and manufactured within the school’s Technical Skills Faculty.
  • Liberation Brewery

    (Patrick Dean)
    The Liberation Brewery, in one form or another has been a traditional ingredient of Channel Islands’ life since Queen Victoria was on the throne, so its award-winning beers brim over with genuine local flavour.
  • Lisa Le Brocq

    (Lisa Le Brocq)
    Handmade and designed Contemporary Silver Jewellery. Working and living on such a beautiful Island is key to the successful inspiration behind the work by this local Artist and Maker.
  • L'Office du Jerriais

    (Ben Spink)
    Jèrriais is a language in which Jersey people have exchanged poetry, stories, scandals, beliefs and business. It is a language of lullabies and laughs, satire and swearwords, and so much Jersey history is recorded only in Jèrriais. It is a living language and we look forward to passing it on to generations to come.
  • Lutlye

    (Jennie Jewell & Mark Holley)
    I'm Jennie Jewell, the writer of the books that graphic designer Mark Holley illustrates and together we make up Lutlye Productions. Mark and I have known each other for many years, although neither of us ever imagined doing anything like this! We have a lot in common, not least a sense of humour and we work well together.
  • MADD Beard Co

    (Marc Lannoy-Trigg & Add Sheridan )
    As men of the bearded variety, one day we were discussing the pros and cons of the range of beard grooming products currently available, more importantly the products available on island.
  • Made To Melt

    (Nikita Osmand)
    My name is Nikita, I founded Made to Melt in 2019. I’m married, work part-time & have 2 young children. My goal was to create a local guilt free home fragrance brand.
  • ManaWood

    (Chris Ching)
    Here we create personalised wooden designs using premium hardware and quality hardwoods with various inlay materials including local Jersey Oyster shell.
  • Manomara

    (Anna Messervy-Evans)
    Natural skin balm & ointments hand made by the sea, from a blend of luxury botanicals and Soil Association certified organic ingredients.
  • Marc McCarty

    (Marc McCarty)
    My name is Marc McCarty, from Glassblowing Jersey and I am the only Glassblower in the Channel Islands.
  • Mariposa Creative

    (Kat de la Mare)
    After proclaiming herself 'not creative' for many years, Kat went on one of her winter travels to Colombia in 2011 and although she went as a musician armed with her mini-cello, she ended up being completely inspired by the local "artisanos" who sold their macrame and wire wares on the streets each night.