Today we are pleased to welcome back Eden Reborn. Her ‘ no fuss fish’ are always popular with customers, in fact completely selling out at our November Open Market. She’ll be back on Saturday May 20th at our Brighton Open Market Fringe Fair. Find out more…
Please introduce yourself and your brand….
I’m a self taught crocheter who loves designing cute amigurumi. When I first launched Eden Reborn, I sold all types of crochet but two years ago I designed the No Fuss Fish and that has grown to be my signature product. There is something about these little fish in jars that really captures people’s imagination and seems to appeal to all ages.
How would you describe your style and your creations?
I love all things cute and kawaii. People often request custom jars with various animals; I’ve made cows, unicorns and elephants in the past. Each pose their own challenges but I love puzzling out the designs.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I love seeing the smile that my creations bring to people’s faces. Because my designs are quite unusual, they often stop people in their tracks and they can’t resist a closer look. I have a brain that loves to problem solve so figuring out new designs bring me a lot of satisfaction.
What can we expect to find on your stall at The Fairy Tale Fair Brighton Fringe Special on Saturday 20th May? And are you looking forward to taking part?
I’m really looking forward to returning to The Brighton Open Market this year. I’m planning on bringing lots of No Fuss Fish in various colours, including the ever popular rainbow fish, as well as some other designs.
Do you have a best seller?
My single fish jars are my most popular seller. They are a perfect gift for teachers, uni students or just to put on your desk at work.
Do you have any plans or ambitions for the future?
My plans for the future are to write more patterns, both to publish free on my blog and to include in crochet kits. I’d love to eventually release a book of my designs.
Do you have a motto or inspirational quote?
‘There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in’ – Leonard Cohen. It reminds me that even the hardest setbacks can lead to better and brighter opportunities.
How can we find out more about you?