Vicky Stonebridge produces a wide range of craft items, often from recycled materials. Trained as a potter, she is fascinated by utilising waste products and objects from the local environment to create art making something out of anything; small sculptures, pottery, mosaics, driftwood mirrors, jewellery, rag weavings, reclaimed wool & textiles, bags and hats.
eltsket is a product of Shetland. The name itself is suggested by the lovely Shetland dialect word filsket. Playful lightsome, mischievous!
The current Feltsket collection, a reflection of indigenous Shetland birds and animals has been designed to be used as Christmas decorations, but you are sure to want to display them all year. They are versatile and attractive collectibles.
Warped Textiles was established in 2014 by Chantal Balmer Allen, an award winning Scottish Textile Designer and graduate from the renowned Glasgow School of Art.
Robyn draws and works mostly in mixed media, she loves taking photos, capturing little pieces of places. She makes scrapbook jewellery with these photos and with collected twigs, they are one off, unique pieces.
Weft Blown is inspired by the weather and it's effect on the surrounding environment to create handwoven items for you and your home.
The Original Shetland Teddy Bear established 1997
Our delightful, collectable bears are hand-made in the Shetland Island of Burra. Produced from recycled traditional Fair Isle knitwear, each bear comes with his own name and personality, making them as individual and unique as we are.
Online shop selling arts and crafts produced on the west coast of Scotland. Have a look at our range of Scottish knitwear, jewellery and fleece hats. Or if you are looking for something completely different, why not try our shiitake mushroom grow your own kits. More Crafts being added soon.
We organise art and craft holidays across Scotland, led by the most inspiring artists. Wild at Art vacation packages include carefully selected tutors, accommodation, inspiring venues and locations, and much more.
I create needle felted sculptures in the form of bears, dogs and other animals. I also make hand crafted felt jewellery. Each item is truly unique and one of a kind due to the process of making them. Each item takes many hours of detailed work to produce the final piece.