New Stockist: Jamali-Annay

I’m delighted to announce that I have a new stockist of Milomade goodies. Jamili-Annay in Knaresborough.

I met Rachel and Louise when they visited my stand at The British Craft Trade Fair this year. They’re both ceramicists and have a lovely workshop/gallery/shop in Knaresborough and they came to BCTF to find something different and off-beat to stock the shelves of their delightful shop space.

Jamali-Annay in Knaresborough, run by Rachel Broady and Louise Smith

I love the story behind their business name:

“Jamali-Annay was established in 2009 by childhood friends Louise Smith and Rachel Broady and is named after Rachel’s children JAMes and ALIce and Louise’s children ANNa and fAY.”

And like a lot of us creative folk, started out working from their respective kitchen tables. As business grew they moved to a workshop in Knaresborough’s Victorian railway station before eventually settling into a workshop and retail unit close to the centre of Knaresborough.

So if you live in and arround Knaresborough you can now buy Milomade products locally at Jamali-Annay. They now stock a range of:

  • – Milomade button greetings cards
  • – Milomade map and music eco notepads
  • – Milomade button hair accessories
  • – Milomade DIY decoration packs

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