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Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh were leading designers and makers of the Arts and Crafts movement in Scotland and have since become household names throughout Europe.
The Orkney Chair is a type of wooden seat with a high back made from straw which has been made in Orkney since the 1700s.
Jo blogs about the new VAS Annual Exhibition, which she visited with Fiona last week.
In woodworking, veneer refers to thin slices of wood that are glued on to the surface of furniture, cabinets and other wooden items.
The Modern Craft Project is a quest to identify and support today’s modern craftsmen who want to take their work, their skills and themselves further.
In basic terms, joinery is the attaching together of two pieces of wood to form a joint.
Green wood craft is the skill of carving and fashioning wood in its original, untreated and unseasoned state.
Textiles Scotland and the Scottish Furniture Makers Association have joined forces for the first time, to present the 'Scottish Furniture and Interiors Exhibition'.
Rebecca's experiences of the PMA Craft Show
Makers in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend open their doors for the annual Spring Fling.
After being invited to participate in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Craft Show’s Guest Country programme, Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the 25 Scottish based makers who will be taking part in the event this November.
Craft Scotland announces their Collect 2011 collection
Laura chats about the last couple of weeks in Craft Scotland.
The Sunday Times interview maker Libby Day for The C Word.
The first in a series of The C Word craft maker articles in The Sunday Times focuses on Joachim King.
An exhibition of work by fifteen senior British makers, Age of Experience, supported by three displays in Dovecot: Art and Making, and a series of maker/artist talks, is on at the Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh from 4 April to 20 June 2009.