Little Wren Pottery is a handmade ceramics studio run by English potter Victoria Baker in the picturesque market town of Northallerton, North Yorkshire focusing on functional yet decorative items for everyday use.

Seascape lace shawl

Occasionally I knit lace just to vary what I’m knitting, this piece has been in progress since last April and it’s now finished! I used the free Seascape lace shawl pattern with some Eden Cottage Yarns laceweight. The colour here is Black Magic Rose, a lovely dusky purple like shade.

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Hambleton Community Awards 2016

You might have recently seen my face in the local paper! A few people have asked me if Little Wren Pottery will be doing the Hambleton Awards again this year and we are.

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Christmas commissions

Getting a commission is sometimes tricky – some things just aren’t possible in clay but its more trying to meet in the middle. Between what’s technically possible and what the customer wants to receive. At Christmas I get a few secret hush hush projects but now that it’s over I can share them with you!

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Commemorative plates

Last year I received some orders for commemorative plates to celebrate weddings, I’ll admit sometimes customers come up with the best items that I wish I’d thought of myself! I’ve now added these custom plates to the shop.

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Merry Christmas and happy New Year 2016!

2015 has been another huge year for Little Wren Pottery and while every year is important it’s fascinating how much of a difference a year makes! I’ve been so busy in the lead up to the Christmas season which really started to ‘snowball’ in mid November leading to the early closure of made to order items.

Small businesses like mine really rely on the support and daily assistance of other people. It’s so easy when your making to get lost in the process and have very little time to stop and take stock.

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