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It’s been an incredibly busy but rewarding month, as we head towards Meet Your Maker with a successful Summer Show under our belts.
Our featured maker this month is Fiona Byrne-Sutton, who creates earthy ceramic vessels from local Scottish materials.
Residents and visitors to the Scottish Borders can see behind the scenes of Scottish craft with our Meet Your Maker weekend, in partnership with Borders Textile Towerhouse.
Meet Your Maker 2013 is a new, national celebration of Scottish craft making.
In the first in a series of articles looking at the makers taking part in Meet Your Maker 2013, our national celebration of craft making, we feature Jane Harrison and Laura Spring, who will be showing their craft at the Barony Centre, Craft Town Scotland.
As the Edinburgh Festival season draws to a close, so too does Craft Scotland’s first ever Summer Show.
One of Japan’s most celebrated environmental artists has begun work on a seven-metre long bamboo and willow sculpture in a Scottish nature reserve for Scotland’s newest arts festival.
A shortlist of just 30 has been selected from a record entry of 318 British projects in the Wood Awards 2013, the UK’s premier award scheme celebrating excellence in design in wood.
Our August round up includes several opportunities from Craft Scotland. There's less than a week left to apply for The Craftivism Bootcamp from Craft Scotland and the Craftivist Collective. Make sure you snap up a discounted earlybird ticket to the Craft Scotland Conference, which takes place in Dundee in October.
In September 2013 one of the world’s longest embroidered tapestries will be unveiled to the nation.
As the Edinburgh Festival season is in full swing, the Craft Scotland Summer Show has hit the halfway mark.
The Sewing Machine Collection and Singer archive at Clydebank Museum has been made a Recognised Collection of National Significance by Museums Galleries Scotland.
Spring Fling needs your help to showcase work from the finest of Dumfries and Galloway's artists and makers at special exhibitions in Newcastle, Glasgow and London.
Craft Scotland have teamed up with the Craftivist Collective to host an exciting new Craftivism Bootcamp at Hospitalfield House in Arbroath.
The Tormore Forest in Skye is the centre of a new project involving the making of statement jewellery by local residents with jeweller Heather McDermott.
The Craft Scotland Summer Show launched on Thursday 01 August to a full house, and officially opened to the public this morning.
Award winning illustrator Astrid Jaekel is to create a series of back-lit window installations for Spring Fling and the Wigtown Book Festival using the traditional medium of papercut.
The day before the Craft Scotland Summer Show opens for business, we bring you behind the scenes photographs with Jo Walker and Lucy Roscoe.