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.
Creative, bold and graphic contemporary textile design inspired by modernist and brutalist architecture, for use in the home, for fashion or as textile art.
Designs in wood, leather and metal. Bespoke ideas welcome, or ask for our catalogue. Celtic ideas welcome.
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.
We organise and host Arts, Crafts and Food Events in beautiful venues around the North and North-East of Scotland
The Clyde Room at the Falls of Clyde is a perfect craft venue. With beautiful views over the River Clyde all kinds of wildlife can be spotted along the banks from four elegant georgian windows, including dippers, grey wagtails and kingfishers.
Seamless felt products individually made by Ewa Kuniczak from 100% merino wool, dyed by herself. Specialisms include items for ladies, children and the home - hats, bags, slippers, scarves, shawls, teacosies, coffee pot covers, cushions and drapes, fibre sculptures and dolls for collectors, books on feltmaking. Commissions, retail and wholesale enquiries welcome.
An avid feltmaker and textile artist, experimental, passionate and inspired by nature. Creates each pieces using locally produced fibres, Clay and other mediums.
Fife Contemporary Art and Craft runs a contemporary visual art and craft programme from its office in St Andrews Town Hall.
My current work is the realisation of my aim of using craft techniques to transform textiles into three-dimensional objects. My making process is intuitive, reflecting my main source of inspiration - nature, in particular plant-life. Each 'petal' element of my textiles is handcrafted and individual. They are put together in a way that is spontaneous yet designed - the pieces 'grow' and become structured and sculptural.