Issue 05: Changes

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Issue 05: Changes

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Notes Guy Salter on London Craft Week - Joe Muggs enjoys some random acts of kindness - Conversations with Heal’s master bodgers - Roger Burridge on being a late adopter of technology - A Mark Hooper essay on the gardeners’ bible - David Reynold takes the slow road - Emma O’Kelly remembers the good life she left behind - Making a very Greek drama out of a crisis - David Quantick’s invasion of Hastings -Tthe hazardous villages of Pyrenees 

Stories of Dedication The public and private sides of Paul de Monchaux’s sculptures - What ‘Made in England’ can really mean - Ben Short on giving up advertising for a life as a charcoal burner - St Paul’s embroidery experts - A day on the hills with Glencoe Mountain Rescue - textile designer Katherine May makes a performance out of her passion - A snoop around Port Eliot Festival - The story of the perfect wool - Gainsborough Silk Weaving Co: guardians of British manufacturing - Deryck Body’s artisanal life - The meat, salt and fog behind an ancient delicacy - How tradition and serendipitous discovery define Karatsu ceramics 

My hole-and-corner The Bothy Project’s Bobby Niven on his idea of the perfect retreat 

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