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This friday we feature a film looking at maker Urpu Sellar.
Ancient Egyptians made the first paper-like substance by slicing the inner part of the papyrus plant and pounding and drying it into hard, thin sheets.
Emma's November 2012 update on making connections with Craft Scotland.
A new publication featuring miniature woolly wonders aims to help you celebrate Scotland in all its glory.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has made a dramatic comeback to celebrate the first Book Week Scotland.
Edinburgh Zoo welcomes another giant panda duo, in the shape of two enormous knitted pandas.
This week's Friday film comes from textiles designer/maker Jan Shelley.
In molecular terms, oxidation is the loss of electrons when two or more substances interact, where one of those substances may or may not be oxygen.
The Scottish Mentoring Network held its annual conference on Wednesday 07 November 2012 in St Paul’s & St George’s Church in Edinburgh.
After a short break, our Friday film series continues with a look at Angela Pointon.
This weekend, Edinburgh’s newest artist studio hub opens its doors to the public for its first Open Studios event.
Mokume-gane is an ancient Japanese metalworking technique that involves mixing metals to create a laminate with intricate layered patterns.
This weekend, visitors to St Andrews will have the chance to visit a new treat craft pop-up experience from Fife Contemporary Art & Craft in collaboration with Craft Scotland.
‘Clearing out my drawers’ is an exhibition of new and old work which celebrates the love of drawing, making and telling a good yarn.
Letter cutting is a form of inscriptional lettering, practiced by artists, sculptors and typeface designers, where text is carved into stone, wood and other materials.
Eliza Kesuma, one of the makers selected for FourFront from Craft Scotland and Manchester Craft and Design Centre, blogs about her work for the show.
Chair of Craft Scotland, Jacquie Edwards, has announced the appointment of five new members to the Board to support Craft Scotland’s mission: to unite, inspire and champion Scottish craft.