Beaulyben crafts from Beauly in the Highlands. I work in a smoke free home My main craft always seems to be anythink knitted. I also now do cards and card mking supplies
Jane Bregazzi and Becky Greer form a partnership; Swelkie Felt producing individually designed felt work.
Their unique range includes scarves, bags, cushions, accessories, coffee cosies, cushions, jewellery, cards, and more.
Bekki's collections to date are greatly inspired by St Peters Seminary, Cardross, Scotland. Bekki creates forms that emulate shapes and textures found at the site and explores associated themes.
My pieces explore ideas of the embedded object and memory. The found objects I use are metaphors for recovered memory – forms of association and representation. I see these materials as artefacts which have a powerful relationship with the environment I have taken them from. I use objects which pull away from their environments acting as signifiers of residual memory.
Many designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh can be accurately reproduced for cross stitch. These kits are supplied with AIDA material of 14 or 18 count, in white, ivory, pink and black.
I design and make a wide variety of crocheted and occasionally, knitted, items, ranging from miniature teddy bears, fairies and dragons, to freeform crocheted art, one-of-a-kind pet blankets, baby toys and wear and childrens' and adult cosy-wear, as well as gift wear and household items. I also sell patterns for some of my designs. I am inspired by nature and mythology in my designs and colours.
Blair Sorley is an Edinburgh-based business producing leather bags, purses and accessories.
A newbie to the craft industry, have been creating for years but now set up a shop as I need to clear some space to make more things! Huge fan of knitting and jewellery making.
Funky, bold and contemporary fused glass jewellery, tableware, tiles, garden features and giftware. Every piece is intended to make a statement. Inspirations such as art deco, Thai temples, coral reefs, the natural world, screen printing and the digital world infuse the work.
Bryony Knox designs and makes colourful, interactive pieces, covering various scales from kinetic brooches to automated sculptures. Movement is intrinsic to the design and inspiration is derived from sources as wide as Greek myth, vaudeville and circus. She works in silver or copper, brass and steel, utilising their different colour combinations and patination to enhance the richness of the object. Repousse, chasing, fretwork, etching and simple mechanics are the main techniques she employs in her work. Bryony exhibits throughout the UK whilst also undertaking private and public commissions.