Set up by British designer Jacinta Walton, Whinberry & Antler design and produce unique fabrics and homewares by hand in rural England. Incorporating a passion for traditional skills by using hand printing methods, and taking inspiration from British wildlife and countryside, Whinberry & Antler hope to bring a beautiful token of the countryside into your home.

Please have a look around the blog and follow us to see how Whinberry & Antler products are made, with step by step photographs demonstrating the traditional skills used on the 'Behind the Scenes' page, as well as other information and updates about the company.

For more information please see the company website www.WhinberryAntler.com or email info@WhinberryAntler.com

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Whinberry & Antler in the Shropshire Star

Whinberry & Antler products featured in the Shropshire Star yesterday as part of their coverage on the Shropshire Wildlife Trust Christmas Fair and it was a nice big photo!

Monday, 28 November 2011

New Website

The new website is now up and running with a range of products available to buy online. More products to follow soon, including draught excluders and tea towels.

Have a look, I hope you like it.


Monday, 21 November 2011

Whinberry & Antler at the Shropshire Wildlife Trust Christmas Fair.

Whinberry & Antler will be at the Shropshire Wildlife Trust Christmas Fair this coming Saturday (26th) from 10am - 4pm at the visitor centre opposite Shrewsbury Abbey.  Entry is free and we would love to see you there!

For more information please visit the Shropshire Wildlife Trust website


Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Whinberry & Antler Etsy shop now open for business.

The Whinberry & Antler Etsy shop has just opened its virtual doors for business. Currently only two products are listed, but this will be increasing as the week goes on. To view the shop please visit;

In other news, I entered a mood board into this years Heico competition. Heico produce decorative nails for upholstery. My mood board which was based around kingfishers and autumnal colours & was accepted to go through to the next round where I actually upholster a small nursing chair featuring these designs. The chair will then be judged in January and the winner and two runners up will have their chair showcased at the Interiors show at the NEC this February 2012. It would certainly be lovely to win! 

Therefore, this also means that a new range of Whinberry & Antler fabric will soon be on its way, featuring kingfishers and wild plant life.