As well as being the owner of Fabric Corner, Kay also devises and leads workshops within the Fabric and Craftea Collective.
Her business started in Lincoln's Historic market and organically grew to a bricks and mortar shop, which has become a real hub for creativity and community.
After Training to be a seamstress and dressmaker Kay went on to work in Theatre.
Kay worked for both 'New Youth Theatre' and 'The Starring Lincoln Theatre Company', where her work showcased in Lincoln Cathedral.
If she’s not sewing in our classroom, shop or studio, then she can be found enjoying a bit of family time with her family and the dogs.
Georgina is the lovely owner of our gorgeous Craftea Haberdashery. She comes from a marketing and fashion design background. She is a wiz at social media and branding, hence her heavy involvement in our creative teams projects. Her freelance business, Pootle and Beau holds a collection of lovingly handmade whimsical items created from her little kitchen table because she feels you can never have too many pretty things!
If you can't find Georgina in our shop, teaching a class or having a coffee in the cafe. you can find her at her sewing machine or enjoying family day out with her daughter and hubby.
Hello, I’m Pat..Having a daughter who owns a fabric shop is like a dream come true for me. I love fabric and although Kay has the best taste in fabrics, I am able to sometimes influence her towards choices that I like. We meet the loveliest people in the shop and now this new venture will enable us to meet people from around the country as well. It’s very exciting. Who needs retirement!
Erin joined the team after studying Theatre Design in Nottingham for three years. Since she has worked at Nottingham Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible, The Lakeside Theatre and as a designer for The Starring Lincoln Theatre Company in Lincoln Cathedral.
Now, a Freelance Visual Artist she uses her skills to help in all aspects of the business. Erin recently helped set up The Craftea Cafe and served pretty coffees for 2 years! She loved being a part of the creative team and involving customers in her creative projects, such as the recent Lincoln Knights Trail. Erin uses the shop for inspiration and sees it as a hub for creativity and collaboration!
Sophie has always been into fashion, and is hugely inspired by fabrics. With this in mind she was hugely excited to be given the opportunity to be a Fabric Assistant with Fabric Corner. Sophie is in her first year studying Contemporary Dance at Leeds Becket University where her knowledge of fabric is helping her design costumes and props for her studies.
When she isn't working or dancing she can be found at a sewing machine or rummaging through second hand shops to find her next up cycling project!