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Registered Charity no. 1167949

A home for extraordinary crafts-people

  • Open
  • Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • 10am to 5pm
  • or by appointment

Meet the designers

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Annette Rolston

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Birks Holden

ceramic by D Whatley
David Whatley

Stained glass by Clair Rice

Scarf by Janine Oxley
Janine Oxley

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Jo Clarke

Mosaic table by Joy Holden
Joy Holden

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Marie Hamilton Graphic
Marie Hamilton

Chair cover by The Saori Shed
The Saori Shed

Associate Members

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David Butler

Tiffany figure by Kathy Scott
Kathy Scott

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Meg McGregor

Rob Wheeler graphic
Rob Wheeler

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Titania Fisher

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White Buffalo Crafts

Studio Space for Rent - AVAILABLE NOW!

Calling all Designer Makers there is studio space to rent in our exciting project. Apply here if you would you like to be part of our Team
download a PDF application form by clicking here

download a Word format application form by clicking here.

 Featured Artist: Annette Rolston and Mike Fenton

Youtube logo and link See Annette and Mike talking about their textile and print creations by clicking the Youtube logo, or on our Facebook page


This quarter in our showcase space teddy bears by Laura Valentine, woven textiles by Rachel Charmley and Scribbly Roo an Illustrator, mixed media artist and jewellery maker.

Showcase Preview

We now have a preview page on the website giving you a taste of the next Showcase artists. These are not on show at designermakers21 until May 2017. (Click anywhere in this paragraph to see the preview page)

Diss Corn Hall Box Office

The Diss Corn Hall is undergoing some major re-development and so have re-located their box office into designermakers21

Their opening hours are the same: 11am – 4pm daily except Tuesday and Sunday.

Tel: 01379 652241

Visit their website by clicking this link: www.thecornhall.co.uk

21 St Nicholas Street, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4LB

Designermakers@21 has been set up by the Diss Corn Hall Trust and made possible by the generosity of the owners of the building, the Ipswich and Diss Area Quakers.