A self-taught Blacksmith, Jim specialises in gates, fences, candelabra, & the planets!
Jo Walker makes a range of decorative stoneware in soft muted colours, decorated with designs inspired by nature and pattern.
Julia Complin is a maker of woven textiles from Fife, Scotland.
Julia Cowie works in Damascus steel, cast bronze, silver and iron. She makes bowls, spoons and wearables, inspired by lives in the landscape.
Kate Pickering is a narrative jeweller with each piece being unique to the wearer.
She takes the connections people have to music and lyrics and translates them into wearable pieces of contemporary jewellery.
With particular use of silver and photo etching her work can interpret memories and using personal designs the end result is an original piece of art.
Capercaillie Kilts are traditionally handstitched in Fife by a kilt maker who uses skills handed down through generations of expertise in the fine craft of highland dress. Our priority is quality and service.
Hand Made Fused Glass Art. All designs are Contemporary and individual for interior and exterior use.
Large wooden clocks with glass fronts. 5ft wooden stands for the garden, with circle glass designs.
Also a range of Jewellery is available, each piece is unique.
Kathryn Williamson jewellery is inspired by a sense of personal treasure trove- found objects and fragments of pottery from beach walks around the Fife coast. The seemingly unconnected nature of the pattern has led to the reignition of an interest in a ecletic array of pattern from japanese origami to 70s coffee sets.
These elements are currently being explored in silver through rolled or punched textural surfaces, photoetching, combining this with enamel, paper / resin, laser etched and cut acrylic and found beach pebbles.
An experienced traditional Scottish spinner specialising in natural, organic, and hand-dyed yarns. Uses only traditional Scottish natural dye recipes. Also an experienced weaver, felter and hand knitter. Tuition, help and advice is available as well as an abundance of fibres for anyone with an interest in textile arts.
Kirsty Stewart is a jewellery designer maker based in the Vanilla Ink studios in Dundee. Her work is influenced by the Scottish countryside. She accepts commissions and repairs, and also sells online and in some galleries and boutiques. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.