Although specialising in painting and calligraphy, textiles has always been of great interest.
Local, unique, affordable handmade crafts and jewellery.
I make jewellery, with genuine pearl, sterling silver and venetian glass beads, all my work is original and made with great care.
Helen Lockhart of Ripples Crafts creates beautiful hand-dyed knitting yarns, inspired by the stunning area of Assynt in the Northern Highlands of Scotland.
Lockhart offers a variety of yarn bases, weights and colours, and is happy to discuss any particular project you may have in mind for which you may want a special colour. Each hank of yarn is unique.
With a background in public art, ceramics and community arts Helen combines these elements in her business to create site specific mosaic, ceramic wall pieces and community projects.
Artist in textiles and mixed media, Helen Suzanne Sharratt having moved to the mainland from her hebridean home now lives and works in the Scottish Highlands, where the landscape inspires her creative work.
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
Highland Delights Jewellery pieces are inspired by various travels and journeys and is made using a wide range of beads and colours.
Highland Stoneware produces a vast range of distinctive pottery at its workshops in Lochinver and Ullapool. Everything is handmade and freehand painted by our skilled craftspeople.
A contemporary art organisation set against a beautiful heritage setting - we run public events as well as residencies including an Interdisciplinary Residency Programme which is open to a broad range of cultural practices including craft.
Wood carvings created with a chainsaw in the Highlands.