Cissyface Vintage is a Scottish craft brand that recycles vintage materials to create innovative and funky jewellery, gifts and homewares.
Miso Funky produce offbeat interiors and accessories in Glasgow, Scotland, lovingly handmade by Claire Brown and her small band of imaginary animal helpers.
Miso Funky takes the traditional medium of cross stitch and brings it bang up to date with a modern twist with the aim of each piece of work raising a smile from its new owner.
Degree in Textile Design, predominantly screen and digital printing but also hand knitting.
CAD skills, sewing skills, designer/maker e.g cushions, bags, cards, pictures, wall-hangings, scarves.
Predominantly animal/floral themes but very versatile.
Claire works in textile and illustration to commission and sells in the UK, USA and Europe.
Working commercially, for exhibition and to individual commission she trades as INCAHOOTS.
Claire is a textile artist/designer whose work involves mixed media technique working in an illustrative manner. She exhibits extensively throughout the UK and is commissioned by private and commercial clients.
Clare Nicolson textiles combine digitally printed cottons and silks with vintage fabric to create a fresh range of interior textiles and accessories. The range includes cushions, throws, tea towels, scarves and handmade greetings cards, many of which incorporate vintage fabric ensuring truly unique designs.
Contemporary Art Gallery showing Fine Art and Craft. Art Workshops and Classes for Adults. Life Drawing. Children’s Art Club. Coffee, Tea and Home Bakes. Available for Private Hire and Private Parties.
Claudia Escobar born Chilean/Polish is an international award winning fashion and textile designer. TIME Magazine voted Escobars Salmon Skin Leather Bikini 'coolest invention for fashion of 2003'.
Escobar works with natural, organic, recycled and eco-friendly textiles, these include linen, wool, copper, wood and salmon skin and incorporates handmade and haute couture techniques. Her current work involves the creation of a new ‘conceptual material’.
Clemence Cocquet primarily works with paper and textile, especially knitwear, exploring their sculptural limits.
She has a strong interest for the potential for narrative in found material, such as old maps, books and unraveled cardigans.
Each item she creates is unique and designed to be used and worn.
The essence of Kintyre - Special jewellery by Campbeltown goldsmith Grant Logan, fine collections of original art and studio crafts within Campbeltown's harbour side gallery.
Sui Generis embraces the full spectrum of woodwork: bookbinding (some with carved and wooden bound covers), carving, furniture making and designing, joinery, leaded light work, marquetry, upholstery, restoration. These are just a selection of the skills and talents available by this master craftsman.