My passion is making books – journals and notebooks constructed with simple, non-adhesive bindings using leathers and handmade papers.
Handmade Scottish Dog Treats & Dog Apparel. Collars, Dog Coats & much more !
Hunter Art and Tile Studio is a family run workshop specialising in ceramic murals and tiles. The studio forms part of Harestanes Crafts Courtyard.
Tube-lining is a traditional pottery process which Hunter Art and Tile Studio specialise in. Liquid clay is piped onto the unglazed tiles to create a pictorial or decorative outline, pigments and glazes are added and the piece is fired in the kiln. The finished tiles have rich durable colours and lively detail.
Bespoke furniture maker and sculptor. Duke Christie uses both traditional and innovative techniques to create sophisticated pieces that are both stimulating and interactive.
Ceramic artist, Duncan Hood creates individual and innovative works in porcelain inspired from land and seascape.
We are a small scale studio pottery based in the rural and remote area of the Scottish Borders called the Ettrick Valley.
We specialise in the production of handthrown and hand decorated functional stoneware ceramics. All the pots are hand thrown by Mark. The hand decorated range is designed and rendered free-hand by Elisabeth. All our work is high fired to cone 10, 1300oC.
I am a product of the Scottish landscape. My work reflects the ancient and the modern of my nations past and future. This work comes from the bog, the hill, the shore.
ERIBÉ is a forward-thinking knitwear design house based in Scotland, UK. World-renowned for putting an innovative spin on traditional Scottish knitwear; they champion eco-concious living, craftsmanship and Made in Scotland.
Faye Taylor Hackers combines traditional knitting techniques with quirky new styles, creating one off pieces of knitwear and accessories for everyone to enjoy.
Taking inspiration from Scotland's beautiful skylines and aerial views Faye has worked in interiors, accessories, art, and in fashion, however her expertise lie in knitwear.
Fiona's work is highly illustrative and humorous often depicting scenes of lavish interiors and revelry. She creates a wide range of hand painted interior items, constructed from wood painted in inks and watercolours before being finished with a clear or tinted glaze. Much of the inspiration comes from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and historical tapestries.