Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Our final craft film of 2012 is a festive treat from U900, the amigurumi duo from Japan.
Slipware is a type of pottery that is decorated by splashing, dipping, trailing or painting a clay vessel with slip.
This is a guest post for Craft Scotland on a recent symposium at the Edinburgh College of Art by postgraduate students Rhona McCallum and Hazel Thorn.
Following on from last month’s update where I urged you to connect with Craft Scotland in as many ways as possible, I’m delighted to share some of our plans for the coming twelve months.
Rapid-prototyping is a term used to describe a group of techniques and technologies that can transform drawings into three-dimensional objects.
Since August 2012, the GiftED exhibition has given library visitors in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, and visitors to the Wigtown Book Festival the opportunity to see the famous paper craft sculptures donated by a mysterious artist to literary locations in Edinburgh.
Quilting is a sewing technique that joins layers of fabric together to form a padded or textured material.
Silver of the Stars, the collection of contemporary Scottish silverware created by some of the leading silversmiths in Scotland, winds up a year-long tour of Europe with an exhibition in Barcelona.