Jennifer is the Snìomhadair aig Ceann-cinnidh Clann Urchardainn (Spinner to the Chief of the Clan Urquhart) and works in experimental archaeology and education. Preserving this ancient craft is a passion and you can find her spinning and teaching at many historic locations throughout the UK
Fi Fi loves... is fun, stylish and modern collection of wearable loves!
Each piece is made with the care and attention to detail that deserves to given to any piece that is to be worn close to your heart.
Building on a passion for sweets, polar bears, forests, flowers and dreaming, Fi Fi creates small wearable celebrations of the wonderful things that you encounter every day.
This range of handmade fused glass jewellery is designed and made by Fiona Byrne. She graduated of the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland in 2009.
Individually reduction fired stoneware, domestic, decorative and sculptural.
High quality wooden pens and boxes made from Scottish timbers and select wood veneers.
One-off non functional pieces for exhibition and commission. Fiona's practice
includes residencies, collaborative projects, research, writing and teaching. She runs the studio Cyan Clayworks.
Manufacturer of hand-crafted dolls houses and furniture. Courses tailor-made to suit individual requirements covering all aspects of dolls house making, incorporating dolls house holidays.
Freckle Furniture specialise in producing quality pieces of bespoke, hand crafted furniture from their workshop just outside Edinburgh.
Michelle Lowe makes a range of fun earthenware pottery. Her work is hand thrown on a potters wheel and decorated using coloured slips. She accepts commissions
Fused and Light is a new studio/ gallery in Newtonmore specialising in glass: fused, stained and etched. We also exhibit local crafts, photographs and paintings, particularly landscapes.
Gavin admits that he is greatly inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, details of which regularly flurry into his work. He thrives on making each piece truly individual – whether a table, chair, console table or even a complete kitchen – by inlaying exotic timbers into the design or simply by exploring new forms and lines. “Within the Arts and Crafts movement the ethos was in the construction and detail – it should be good, honest construction and the detail should be seen,” he says. “I try to follow that, but perhaps with a slightly more minimal turn on it.