Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts was established in 2011 and moved to it's current location on Blair Street in the summer of 2013. A multi disciplinary craft studio providing workshop space, a programme of courses and gallery.
The Edinburgh design school is an independent design school based in central Edinburgh. We are an SQA approved centre offering a range of certificate and non certificate courses and units in pottery, textiles and print and millinery.
Fun Makes Good specialises in re-working previously unloved items of furniture with stunning bespoke upholstery, blending traditional techniques with a distinctive graphic aesthetic. Inspired by contemporary architectural forms and geometric shapes, Fun Makes Good combines detailed embroidery techniques with bold patterns and creative colour combinations to produce a striking range of interior products using locally sourced, specialist wools, leathers and hand dyed cotton.
Colour and texture is the passsion behind my wearable felted art, wall hangings, felted glass pieces and quirky gifts.
Eliane works with traditional techniques such as lead and copper foil, combined with painted, sandblasted, and fused elements.
Her vibrant stained glass panels and light-catchers add a unique atmosphere to both traditional and contemporary interiors. She creates unique garden mosaics incorporating glass and ceramics.
Eliane has widened her interests and the mediums she works with and is now experimenting in making felted floral wallpanels and decorations.
emergents is a community interest company that aims to support the development of creative careers, enterprise and economy.
Memories are Made of These - At DialEmma Designs, artist Emma Fellowes is creating the most exquisite personalised silk-painted heirlooms of the future. The paintings depict all manner of events, from a stork announcing baby's date of birth and weight, to a church bell entwined with rings and ribbons to commemorate a wedding day.
Emma Lawrence-Peattie of Burnside designs is a textile designer based in Musselburgh.
She combines vintage and recycled fabrics with found objects to create a range of accessories and homeware.
Emma McDermott's work is inspired by birds and their habitats. The damage caused by the jewellery industry to their environments, encouraged her to use all recycled or natural materials in her work.
Using organic materials wool, silk, linen and pure cotton Esther Ward combines traditional textile techniques with contemporary design to create both functional and decorative textiles.