Scottish Sea Glass is a Fife based business creating contemporary handmade unique pieces of jewellery using sea glass found on the beaches of Scotland.
I have been producing a traditional range of functional pots in reduction fired stoneware for over 25 years. The pots which are all individually thrown are fired to 1300 degrees centigrade in my gas kiln and the full range can be seen on my website.
Glass by Kathryn is a small fused glass company, who design and hand-make all their fused glass giftware products. Glass by Kathryn specialise is coasters, candle holder, dishes, clocks and wall hangings, as a range to trade but create wonderful splash backs, wall art, sculptures and windows and commissioned pieces.
Members wanted to join our weekly Knit Club. Bring along your current project to work on. Weekly fee is £3. The club is open to all abilities. Knitting, Crochet and more.
In her studio in the picturesque village of Kincardine Gourlay Jenkins designs and makes her unique jewellery. Each piece of individually hand crafted fused glass beautifully complements the hand-woven Harris Tweed on which it is presented.
Grace Girvan was born and raised in Orkney and this unique archipelago is a continuing source of inspiration for her work. She creates beautiful, understated jewellery combining silver and enamel with found pebbles and driftwood.
I'm a woodworker and artist.
I make one of a kind design wood furniture and wooden sculptures.
Jane Keith produces contemporary hand-printed textiles from studios in Dundee and North Fife. She is best known for her contemporary range of hand printed ties. The ties have a strong client following and are regularly seen on TV presenters, celebrities, actors and politicians around the globe.
Jane Keith also produces large colourful hand painted silk wall hangings made to commission. They are built up using a complex layering process of varying types of dyes, pigments and processes, combining cutting edge technology with traditional applications.
Jean works in dyed, printed and stitched textiles, exhibits her work throughout Scotland and also working to commission. She was the 2007 winnner of the JD Fergusson Arts Award which funded an exhibtion of drawings and prints on silk. Jean also sells a range of prints on Japanese paper.