My focus is felt making, I make bags, hats (includes using millinery techniques), garments, scarves, jewellery and pictures / hangings.
I frequently combine fine fibres especially silk and vintage fabrics, creating lightweight, wearable items, often embellished with embroidery, beading or silver.
We are a family run business which has been established for over 50 years now. As the tastes, desires and needs of customers have changed so have we! Happily things have swung in the direction we have always favoured. One in which well crafted, Scottish produced and artistically inspired goods are what is wanted.
The Craft and Food Fair People are a new event organisation in the Border and Northumberland, with a fresh approach for craft and food fairs with a very proactive modern approach to the advertising and promotion of all our events.
The Decca has space for exhibitions, workshops, training and offers creative residencies in two three-bedroom cottages. Total accommodation up to 22 B&B or self-catering.
The Hare sculptures are made from 100% natural fibres.
They are unusual sculptures with their own wit and charm.
Annette makes textile soft sculptures of hares and squirrels, each one accompanied by a witty and amusing original short story, enhancing its personality.
We are a contemporary art gallery and sculpture garden with a dedicated craft gallery, all set in a beautifully restored stone steading near Duns.
The Tayberry Gallery has established itself well within the Perthshire gallery scene over the past couple of years. In March 2011 jeweller Sarah Spalding took over the running. The gallery works under the remit to exhibit original handmade art and craft pieces by established makers and emerging talent from around the UK.
The Wee Boorachie, The Milton of Crathes Cater for a wide range of tastes and pockets, is an intriguing experience. The perfect place to treat yourself/find gift. The Wee Boorachie provides something unique as it offers all British and mostly Scottish crafts, it provides an outlet for people who want to sell their work at a reasonable price.
The Workshop is a craft producers' co-operative situated in the picturesque village of St Margaret's Hope in Orkney. It was set up in 1978 for the benefit of local craftspeople and now specialises in high quality knitwear and crafts.