Moore Leather specialises in traditional bespoke leatherwork, utilising English saddlery techiniques to ensure that the hand-made goods produced are made to the highest standards possible.
Josephine Kin Chin Morton is a Chinese Malaysian who is one of very few, if not the only, artisan in the UK who understands the history and symbolism of this unique art form.
Step into the 21st century of Scottish knitwear design and be astounded by the art of machine knitting as you have never seen it before. Sweaters, scarves, hats and much more made in 100% Shetland wool, lambswool, Irish linen and cotton. Lovely bright/subtle colours.
Jude's Jewels jewellery is designed and lovingly handcrafted Causewayhead, near Stirling, for the individual look.
Specialists in Handmade Designer Jewellery and Celebrity Trend Fashion Styles. From Classic to Funky, Cool to Punky, we have it all.
Judy R Clark is an award winning fashion designer and artist who has created highly acclaimed installations, exhibitions and unique collections internationally.
I am a mixed media, visual artist based near Edinburgh, Scotland. A constant inspiration for my work is the home and the relationship people have with the objects they put in their homes. I make art by exploring seemingly trivial household objects, and remake these by playfully transforming them, often using them as surrogates for the owner’s body, and, consequently drawing attention to their significance in helping to tell a story about the inhabitants’ life and the culture in which they lived.
A Wee Bit of Light Relief is a collaborative venture by three Edinburgh based makers. Their practise as individuals straddles a variety of disciplines – Julia trained as a textile artist, Clare as a sculptor and Rebecca as a ceramicist.
Their flagship piece is the eponymously titled ‘A Wee Bit of Light Relief’; a range of chandeliers in different sizes and configurations consisting of household objects, delicately cast in low relief, white, Bone China.
Julia Laing is a Scottish craft maker and mixed media artist. She makes a range of quirky & colourful accessories, textile artworks and dolls.
Julia throws and hand-builds simple forms and decorates them with subtle glazes. Intricate hand drawn images are printed on the glazed surfaces and patterned decals are playfully used to create her unusual range of everyday use ceramics.
I would describe my work as being very narrative.
I love creating work which has a story behind it or meaning.