Made By Mrs M

Pattern, colour, architecture and mid-century design

Kate Marsden (a.k.a. Mrs M) is a textile designer, illustrator and blogger based in the furthest reaches of South London. Kate's work is inspired by the city around her as well as her travels, and her style leans towards that of the 1950s and 60s. Kate's designs feature on fabrics, home furnishings, stationery and accessories. She also produces art prints, teaches workshops and works to commission.

Kate's main blog can be found here, she also writes for the Just A Card campaign which encourages people to support small shops, galleries, artists and designer/makers.

You may have seen Made By Mrs M products and Kate’s blog, in the following places: Royal Academy of Arts RAted range, West Elm London (pop-up), The Simple Things Magazine, Emerald Street, Homemaker Magazine, Craftseller Magazine, Quilt Now Magazine, Simply Sewing Magazine, Renegade Craft Fair, Crafty Fox Market, Thread Festival of Textiles, Warehouse Home Magazine Capsule Collection.

Kate has also been featured in Uppercase Magazine's Compendium of Craft and Creativity and on lots of blogs. For more details please visit the news page.

Like many of us, Kate Marsden had to put in time at a day job before she was able to make the leap to becoming a full-time creative entrepreneur. Although she studied fashion and textiles in college during the mid-1990s, she worked in a variety of unrelated jobs and ended up spending 15 years at a law firm in London. Her blog and company, Made By Mrs M, began as an outlet for her creativity…