Karen has always been a very creative person and has been lucky enough to work for a number of crafting companies where she demostrated numerous crafting products and techniques.
After attended a Lampworking course at Cardonald Collage, Glasgow in 2009 was where she disovered her passion for all things glass and has been experimenting and creating ever since.
Additionally Karen enjoy teaching and enthusing others with her passion.
Original Art by local artists and crafts people.
Prints and Cards, Photography
Hand Made Soap,
Wooden Boxes, Mirrors and Clocks
Harris Tweed and other Gifts
Hot and Cold Drinks
Gail designs and produces anything and everything from a small light catcher to a large window panel in traditional leadwork or ‘Tiffany’ glass. She also works with fused and slumped glass producing flat pieces to be hung in windows and 3-dimensional works such as vases and bowls. Gail is proud of her ability to produce pieces that can enhance any room.
Half-A-moon designs and manufactures stained and fused glass. The studio is full of pieces read to buy and take home. You can also commission a piece which would be a design unique to you.
Classes and courses in stained glass are available.
Hamilton Taylor Studio produces kilnformed and flameworked glass craft, from jewellery to tableware and ornaments.
UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Venerable Beads of Edinburgh, are designers and makers of fine, contemporary jewellery, to suit ever pocket, made from semi-precious stones (such as amethyst, lapis lazuli, turquoise), quality glass beads in vibrant and subtle colours, and freshwater pearls - or a combination of some or all of these.
Lampwork glass jewellery, handmade glass beads, and lampwork lessons, based in Edinburgh.
Highland Delights Jewellery pieces are inspired by various travels and journeys and is made using a wide range of beads and colours.
Set in the beautiful Scottish Borders the Hirsel Craft Centre has a gallery alongside art and craft workshops, tearooms, children’s playground, museum and country walks.