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.
My current work is the realisation of my aim of using craft techniques to transform textiles into three-dimensional objects. My making process is intuitive, reflecting my main source of inspiration - nature, in particular plant-life. Each 'petal' element of my textiles is handcrafted and individual. They are put together in a way that is spontaneous yet designed - the pieces 'grow' and become structured and sculptural.
Established in 1998, The Flat Cat Gallery present changing exhibitions of contemporary art, ceramics, sculptures and jewellery.
Frances Teckkam designs/makes handmade knitted textile accessories including snoods, scarves, wraps and mitts. Also lavender bags, cushions and throws. Based in the Scottish Borders.
Visitors will be able to see our range of unique ceramics, hand painted vases, candle holders, one-off Raku dishes and bowls, plus a range of unusual printed box vases using our portfolio of paintings, pastels and photographs to create contemporary pots for modern interiors.
GraceInk Design produces hand-crafted screen printed interior furnishing products and paper giftware inspired by travels to intriguing and inspiring cultures around the world.
Designer and blacksmith creating contemporary and traditional commissioned work for homes and gardens throughout Scotland.
My studio was set up in 1999 after nine years of teaching hot glass at Sunderland University; my main objective was to solely concentrate on my own work as far as possible.