News, blog posts, press releases and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Our final craft film of 2012 is a festive treat from U900, the amigurumi duo from Japan.
After a short break, our Friday film series continues with a look at Angela Pointon.
This week’s Friday film is our last craft film from the wonderful British Council Film Department Catalogue.
It’s time for something a little different this week, as our Friday craft film is a trailer for a play.
From taking a vintage look at textile production last week, this week we skip ahead to the World Maker Faire in New York, 2011.
In the last few weeks, Jo and I have travelled around Scotland to film the makers we are showing at SOFA Chicago in November 2012.
Laura presents new portraits of the team, taken by DN Anderson Photography.
This week we feature ‘Colour in Clay: A Technicolor study of English pottery’ from the British Council.
This week we take a look at the stop motion animation Coraline, a stop-motion 3D fantasy children's film based on Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name.
This week, we feature Fantastic Mr Fox, Wes Anderson's stop motion animation based on the much loved children's book by Roald Dahl.
Our featured film this week is 'The Eagleman Stag,' a BAFTA award winning short from director/writer Mikey Please.
This week we feature two films from Hidden Stories, the Heriot-Watt School of Textiles & Design Exhibition and Graduate Fashion Show.
This week we feature ‘The Art and Science of Touch,’ a look at designer maker Farah Bandookwala, who uses 3D designing and 3D printing in her work.
This friday our craft film focus is on a new series aired on the BBC.
This Friday we feature a film from Rachel Hazell, otherwise known as the Travelling Bookbinder.
This Friday, our craft film is a beautiful and haunting piece which features the work of Patricia Neimann.
This Friday we feature something a little different for our weekly craft film - an animation starring a crafted man.
This week we feature a short film from The Harp Centre of Wales, a not-for-profit, Community Enterprise organisation setup in 2004 by harp maker Allan Shiers.
This week we celebrate Tartan Day by featuring two films which concentrate on this internationally recognised fabric linked to Scotland.
The Wych Elm Project from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh was the subject of one of the first features I wrote for Craft Scotland (a mere few weeks into my role), and it was a fascinating article to write.