Quirky handmade crafts and jewellery made from vintage fabrics, felt and lace.
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I create decorative and functional objects for the home and business environment, including lightboxes and innovative furniture. I enjoy reusing discarded objects and experimenting with textures and unusual combinations of materials. By-products range from brooches and cards to paintings, drawings and monoprints.
Haberdash House brings fun and quirkiness to the world of accessories. All the products have an animal theme, based on a make-believe story about a group of animals on holiday in New York. Necklaces are lasercut from either reclaimed wood or coloured perspex and fabric brooches are screen-printed and hand-embroidered.
An original and exclusive range of cards, clocks, tags, plaques, wedding favours, garters and gifts with a tartan theme, all made by hand in Marjorie’s studio.
Market Tree Events run monthly Craft & Gift Markets in Edinburgh city centre.
Using fine metalwork techniques taken from jewellery making, forge work and industrial processes I make a range of modern domestic - and garden - constructed metalwork.
I currently work mostly with mild steel wire – fence wire - but also combine other metals and found objects. The main strand of my work is a range of fireguards and log baskets in a number of styles for instance exploded leaf and flower patterns and more abstract patterns utilising wire left over from other projects.
Midlothian Crafters was set up to help find opportunities for talented local crafters to promote their products, running regular crafts fairs in Midlothian and promoting crafters through the Midlothian Crafters website and Facebook page.
Contemporary jeweller working in precious metals.
Naomi Mcintosh investigates with jewellery/objects how spaces that surround the body are perceived. Thinking of the pieces as ‘Wearable Drawings’ and the body as a landscape.