What a great way of having a keepsake for that special occasion. A cross-stitch golden wedding card or a cross-stitch sampler for your wedding day or your baby's birth or even just your own birthday. I also make bookmarks for young and old, pleasure cards, keyrings, coasters, pictures, samplers etc. I can make whatever you want.
I work with heavy vegetable tan leathers and pig suedes, creating designs, forms and colours from dreams, making Celties and Funkyz – traditional and contemporary ranges of handbags and purses.
My textile practice has evolved through experimenting with materials and methods of making in which hand work and craftsmanship provide both direction and context.
Hand skills are transposed though the work in a humorous commentary on social and textile history within the contemporary gallery.
I work with fabric collage and will be showing framed and unframed pieces using stitch, imprints and transferred images on transparent layers.
My passion is making books – journals and notebooks constructed with simple, non-adhesive bindings using leathers and handmade papers.
Digby Morrow is a craftsman who makes fine decorative hardwood boxes and bespoke furniture pieces in his workshop on the outskirts of Linlithgow, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Also he makes highly individual pieces to be used as unique ”room features”. He works in solid and veneered woods of both domestic and exotic varieties and uses inlays and marquetry to decorate his pieces. He finishes his work using a variety of techniques including French polishing.
Digby’s boxes can have many uses - jewellery, christening, birthdays, dressing, collection, games, keepsake, presentation, special anniversaries etc. Digby's furniture pieces are designed to be "one-offs" with unique features.
Mother and daughter team Christine and Kirsty produce hand-made felted creations as well as mixed media textile art. They also enjoy sharing their enthusiasm through running workshops and meeting people in their open studio
Handmade Scottish Dog Treats & Dog Apparel. Collars, Dog Coats & much more !
I am interested in producing work from a narrative relating to the wearer. This allows me to produce a piece which is directly related to the wearer and is much more than just a decorative object.
Ebba Goring uses traditional jewellery making techniques to transform her hand crocheted cotton and lace designs using skills that have been handed down from generation to generation into precious metal pieces of jewellery, thus preserving them forever.