CRAFTER’S Companion has revealed that Debby Robinson will join Sara Davies, Leann Chivers, Debbie Fisher and Fiona Clayton as its latest live TV presenter on the Hochanda shopping channel.
An experienced crafter, Debby has been creative since childhood and became addicted to papercraft over 10 years ago thanks to the influence of her family and friends. She has held roles teaching craft classes and running retreats in the past, and her passion led her to apply for a position at the Crafter’s Companion store in Chesterfield, where she became assistant manager for two and a half years. Debby also became a qualified demonstrator for the company, teaching and demonstrating at stores throughout the UK.
Debby was selected from several exciting candidates that applied for the TV presenting position after impressing everyone in her interview. Keen crafters got their first glimpse of Debby when she made her hotly-anticipated debut on Hochanda in January.
Sara Davies, regular presenter on Hochanda and founder at Crafter’s Companion, said:
“We are really thrilled to have Debby join our TV team as her passion for papercraft and her teaching experience really shines through in everything she does. Given how lovely she is and her knowledge for craft and Crafter’s Companion products, I just know Debby is going to be a massive hit with our fabulous customers. We can’t wait for her to be on-air so everyone can see her live in person.”
The newest addition to the Crafter’s Companion’s team said:
“Since joining the Crafter’s Companion team two and a half years ago, I have not looked back and I honestly still have to pinch myself to be in a career that I am so passionate about.
I’ve been a huge fan of Sara and Crafter’s Companion since I began papercrafting, and I love and use the company’s products every day. While I’ve enjoyed dabbling with many different techniques over the years, I am a die-cutting fanatic and will never tire from what I can create with beautiful paper and cardstock and the many dies in my craft stash.
I’m so excited to be sharing my love for craft with so many likeminded people, and to be representing such a well respected company within the industry that’s so renowned for its quality, innovation and excellent customer service.”
Along with TV channels, Crafter’s Companion’s products are sold online via its website and through independent retail shops across the UK.
For further information, visit www.crafterscompanion.co.uk