Designed and Crafted in Yorkshire
F&B Crafts is a small Yorkshire business, focused on providing you with beautiful and practical products that will last for years to come. Lovingly crafted just outside Malton, North Yorkshire, the rural country life lived by Beth plays a huge part in the items we make. You'll find Yorkshire's influences in everything from the fabrics we source to the products we make it's all linked harmoniously together.
Our core fabric collection is the F&B fabrics which includes the super popular pheasant & fern which was designed by us and is a favourite for any kitchenware. We also make items such as doorstops and cushions in Abraham Moon fabrics which are not only woven in Yorkshire but beautiful and hard wearing! And we love to use Tweeds that are woven in Yorkshire for things such as wash bags and head warmers; and we have the Woodland collection which isn't made in Yorkshire but we think perfectly represents country living!
Everything is handmade by Beth and Janet, and is crafted around their day jobs (and other duties like dog walking!) and as some things are ordered in for specific jobs we generally advise a 7-10 day turnaround on orders depending on deliveries and pre-exisitng orders.
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From humble beginnings...
F&B Crafts was started in November 2016, when, following a successful business proposal for some university coursework, Beth realised she might as well give it a go. With many years experience in the aerosol industry the website started with some country sprays however quickly expanded into hand-crafted country homeware... We've since dropped the aerosols from the website and put them on www.fandbbrands.com so that you can shop exclusively crafty things on here!
Everything but the tea towels are handmade by Beth or her mum, and now that crafting is such a big part of their lives you'll always find them busy doing something; whether it's making padded stars, hob covers, doorstops or rag rugs it's all lovingly crafted in Yorkshire. And when they're not busy making things they're generally outside enjoying the fresh air (or at their day jobs dealing with aerosols!)