Made of local materials in Ballydehob, West Cork, Ireland.

What We Do

We grow our materials.

All materials are manually processed in traditional ways.

New artefacts are made.

Why You’ll Love Us

Working with nature.

  • Natural
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable
  • Seasonal

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Great Gift”

This was a great gift for a birdwatcher.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Great Colours”

I have already worn this many times! Fun and practical, well made, great colours. Now I need one in Turquoise and blue!


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Gorgeous and sweet,”

Really gorgeous and sweet, packed with the Christmas stuff now, but was a fantastic addition to the tree decorations.


Our Favourite Makes

Craft Month Workshop

Nature’s Little Crafts is Tracey King and Mikael Fernström. We work with range of crafts and materials. Textile (wool, spinning, felting), Ceramics, Wood, Metal. We are inspired by nature and working with nature. Workshops are held outdoors, in our Fairy Garden. During Craft Month 2021 (August), we are offering one workshop every Thursday, 3 hours,Continue reading “Craft Month Workshop”


We started to work with ceramics too. The joy of making stuff from clay! So far, we’re making earthenware as our kiln works up to 1,100 degr. C Some of the pieces are hybrids, combining ceramics and wool – check out the pin cushions below. Some pieces are hanging ornaments, while other pieces can beContinue reading “Ceramics”

Making wool

Wool comes from sheep, goats and possibly some other animals with soft and curly fur. It’s normally sheared (a haircut). The wool is then cleaned and washed, which is quite a lengthy and sometimes smelly process. When the wool has dried, it’s either used as is, or dyed, preferably using natural dyes, for example, onionContinue reading “Making wool”