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Our Summer Show brought with it a whirlwind of craft and events; Private View, Meet Your Maker events, VIP Bloggers Night and more. Re-live all the fun...
We are thrilled to announce 20 talented Scottish makers have been selected to show at Amercian Craft Council's Baltimore Show, in February 2017.
We are delighted to announce 22 skilled Scottish makers have been selected to show at London Design Fair, part of the London Design Festival, in September 2016.
Watch our short film introducing Textile Designer Fiona McIntosh, who produces a range of fashion accessories which are hand-dyed and screen-printed.
Watch our short film introducing weaver James Donald, whose wearable fabrics explore the rich Scottish landscape through repetitive pattern and texture.
Experienced kilt maker Marion Foster handcrafts and restores kilts using traditional methods, as well as running kilt making workshops at her studio in Perthshire.
Over the weekend of Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 October, Bonhoga Gallery in Shetland will host textile artist Jen Deschenes for the Gallery's second Meet Your Maker event of 2014.
Morag Macpherson, one of the two makers awarded a Craft Scotland sponsored place on the Crafts Council's Injection programme for established makers, tells us about her experiences of the programme so far.
Thirteen emerging and established fashion designers and jewellers from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland will be showcasing their work in Covet at Craft Central in London from 14-18 October 2014.
The Haining will introduce their annual programme of events for 2015 with a four-day Meet Your Maker event from 08 to 11 August 2014; offering visitors the chance for a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the practice of two textile makers: Julia Complin and Vicky Swales.
The Scottish Fashion Awards announced the nominees for their ninth annual celebration of fashion. A number of Scottish craft making businesses have been nominated for the prestigious awards, including milliner William Chambers, accessories designer Karen Mabon and jeweller Jane Gowans.
Dalmally Railway Station is a rather unique setting for a studio. The beautiful Victorian sandstone building is steeped in history and felt maker Liz Gaffney and her husband Graham have been restoring this beautiful building over the last two years.
Monday evening saw the opening of Scotland's first Nespresso store on Edinburgh’s Multrees Walk, with an event featuring unique Scottish-designed couture.
Twelve exhibitors have been selected by a panel of industry experts to show their work in the Scotland Re:Designed (SRD) showcase, taking place from 07 to 11 November 2013 in Edinburgh.
As autumn is in full swing, Laura Spring has launched a new colourful weather-inspired collection through her new website and online shop.
On 10 June 2013, the Scottish Fashion Awards announced the nominees for their eighth annual celebration of fashion. A number of Scottish craft making businesses have been nominated for the prestigious awards, including Georgia Wiseman and Jane Gowans.
This week we celebrate Tartan Day by featuring two films which concentrate on this internationally recognised fabric linked to Scotland.
Rebecca’s reflections on Jeanette Sendler’s Cutting Through Time exhibition at the Collins Gallery, Glasgow.
A specially designed Edinburgh Zoo Panda Tartan was unveiled yesterday, connecting Burns Night and the Chinese New Year.
A Scottish weaver who helped to raise the profile of Harris Tweed has been named in the New Year Honours List.