Aamos Designs are a unique and talented textile design company, who specialise in contemporary textiles hand woven in Shetland.
Colourful and cosy knitted accessories and interior pieces made in soft wools, using traditional techniques applied to contemporary products.
Pastel drawings, aquarel paintings, photographs, handmade soaps and handmade Sterling Silver Jewellery from Shetland inspired by the scenery and tranquility in Shetland and Norway coastline.
Unique Fair Isle knitwear made from luxury 100% extra-fine merino yarn using traditional patterns and colours. Silky soft, warm, comfortable, BAKKA promotes Shetland's cultural heritage.
Bonhoga Gallery is a contemporary art and craft gallery featuring local, national and international exhibitions. There is also a popular bistro style café and design led gift shop.
Paparwark Furniture specialises in designing and manufacturing furniture from quality hardwoods and veneers, aiming to provide a service for clients who envision unique pieces of furniture for their living environment. Many of the pieces are inspired from the culture and natural environment in Shetland. Shapes and forms from the clients interests and hobbies are incorporated into the designs. This creates personal and individual pieces of furniture.
I create a range of contemporary products from pressed wool felt including necklaces, bracelets, brooches, bags, purses, notebooks and cushions. Inspiration comes from everywhere, from the environment, pebbles on the beach and even from the fabric itself. My love of clean simple shapes has helped me produce a collection that is strong in shape and pattern in an array of rich colours.
A violin maker and restorer of fine Italian style instruments, since 1991, I studied at Newark School of Violin Making, graduating with Merit, before returning to my native Shetland.
My instruments are being played by musicians throughout Britain. These include two commissions for the Mendelssohn in Mull Trust, which supports up and coming Scottish classical string players and many of the country's finest folk musicians.
Mati Ventrillon is one of the few remaining knitters still manufacturing from Fair Isle.
Fraser luxury scarves for ladies and gentlemen are made in the Shetland Isles, the home of Fair Isle knitting. The scarves feature subtle combinations of traditional patterns, and come in lambswool and cashmere ranges.