Designed by nature, crafted by hand. Woodlore makes clocks, bowls, mirror frames, lamps, bookends, sculptures and much more. All our creations are made from Scottish hardwoods, sourced from eco friendly sources.
I aim to keep the design as natural looking as possible and reflect the inherent beauty of the wood. The products are finished using natural products such as beeswax and linseed oil and in some cases Danish oil.
Ettrick Valley offers high quality screen-printed cotton tea towels, PVC coated aprons and bags.
Sue Elliot uses high quality silk and silk velvet along with various embroidery techniques to produce original gifts and accessories. She is self-taught and her inspiration originally was derived from the patterns and textures found in the bespoke elm furniture her husband makes. She has recently moved into the interior design market and produces silk and velvet bedspreads and cushions. One of the main services she offers is to make any of her ranges to commission in any size or colour to complement an outfit or colour scheme. High street shops cannot provide this service.
We have been pleasing our customers from all over the world for over 17 years with our range of quality crafted products.
The Craft and Food Fair People are a new event organisation in the Border and Northumberland, with a fresh approach for craft and food fairs with a very proactive modern approach to the advertising and promotion of all our events.
The Crafters is a retail co-operative, set up in 1998. We are a group of like-minded independent craft workers, who wanted to have a retail space in the high street that we could run ourselves.
The Haining is managed by The Haining Charitable Trust, and is a Grade A listed Palladian Mansion which lies in the Ettrick valley, 30 miles south of Edinburgh, and just over 20 miles north of the border with England. The Aims of the Trust are to create a self-sustaining, commercially viable estate, which would safeguard the building and grounds, developing its use for the advancement of education, arts, heritage and culture and the provision of recreational facilities through the preservation of the heritage, culture, archaeology, natural environment and amenity of The Haining Estate for the people of Selkirkshire and the wider public.
The Hare sculptures are made from 100% natural fibres.
They are unusual sculptures with their own wit and charm.
Johnnie Armstrong Gallery are designer goldsmiths producing a fine range of gold and silver jewellery in Scottish, Celtic and Viking styles. Displayed on the premises alongside historic artefacts.
The National Trust for Scotland is an independent charity set up in 1931 for the preservation and conservation of natural and human heritage that is significant to Scotland and the world.
The Trust has gone on to become Scotland's largest membership organisation and a leader in conserving and promoting the nation's treasured places and collections so that they can be enjoyed by present and future generations.