From furniture and homewares to jewellery, apparel and one-off art pieces - Future Edit presented something for everyone. All works for sale were made by graduates during the final stages of their MA and BA courses. Many items were one-off, handmade pieces whilst others displayed the tenacity of makers to implement experimental techniques against the challenging backdrop of recent times. Offering a range of price points, Future Edit offers a chance to collect and gift pieces you covet and at the same time support a craft maker at the start of their career. .
Makers benefited from the proceeds of their sales, giving buyers knowledge that their purchases have directly supported makers at a precarious time. In addition, exhibiting graduates benefited from the support of Crafts Council’s Learning & Talent Development team, with guidance on pricing, promotion and product development from Crafts Council house experts.