"We believe the act of handcrafting imbues our products with longevity, giving them a tangible history visible through the maker's mark. Our aim is to create a direct relationship with the natural world through each hand carved spoon and naturally dyed quilt. An understanding of native trees and plants is important to sourcing local timber for bowls and foraging for dyestuff. Using this knowledge and our understanding of craft, we set out to make products we hope will be passed down from generation to generation." From their workshop in East London Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth apply their love of making and working with natural materials to their label Forest and Found. The duo both graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2013 and Forest and Found followed a year later. Where Bainbridge is a woodworker, Booth is a quilter and together they produce exquisite examples of craftsmanship. The bowls, spoons, chopping boards and quilts that Forest and Found produce are the kind of products that can lift a room from nice to beautiful. Find them at Selvedge's Artisan Christmas Chelsea Old Town Hall 3 – 4 December Tickets available from the Selvedge website.