Edinburgh Contemporary crafts has transformed an old charity shop in the heart of Tollcross into a sparkly gem selling the fabulous work of some of Edinburgh's best designer makers and delivering a fantastic program of Craft workshops, all taught by practising makers and experienced tutors.
Edinburgh Contemporary crafts has transformed an old charity shop in the heart of Tollcross into a sparkly gem; selling the fabulous work of some of Edinburgh's best designer makers and delivering a fantastic program of Craft workshops, all taught by practicing makers and experienced tutors.
Specialist in fine quality handmade felt items for Ladies, Children and the Home - Designer Hats and One-off Wearables, slippers, Fashion Accessories, Jewellery, Scarves and Shawls, felt panels, Books of a wide range of felting techniques and projects, and wet and dry-felting Kits. Tuition and Lectures, Art Residencies and Commissions welcomed.
We organise and host Arts, Crafts and Food Events in beautiful venues around the North and North-East of Scotland
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Heartfelt at Dalmally Station is a new venue for Heartfelt by Liz.
Dalmally station is a working railway station on the Caledonian line, just 40 minutes from Oban and two hours from Glasgow. Step off the train into the former ticket office and you will now see a studio full of Liz’s creations and delightful local crafts.
Dalmally Station is a wonderful sandstone building built in 1875, now being restored it will eventually reveal the Duke of Argyll’s waiting room, which still exists.
Many of Liz’s skills involve teaching the craft of Feltmaking and Dalmally Station is the perfect setting to come and learn! A wide range of workshops are on offer. Open to the visiting public throughout the season.
The School of Textiles and Design in Galashiels delivers degree programmes in Textile Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design, Fashion Communication, Fashion Marketing and Retailing and Fashion Technology