Alex Feechan specialises in creating beautiful handcrafted knitted products for fashion and the home. The fabrics are inspired by the rich and rugged landscapes of Scotland, using the texture and colour to form the inspiration and starting point for each Alex Feechan collection.
The product range includes scarves, bags cushions and throws. Alex also collaborates with Architects and Interior designers to create one-off commission pieces for Public and private spaces.
Combining skills in metalwork with a variety of textile techniques, Alexandra creates contemporary jewellery pieces inspired by structures in nature.
Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the relationship between body, space and object(s) through her kinetic and structural body sculptures.
Individual, intricate and vibrant handcrafted bead
and wirework accessories.
Alice Wheeler has worked with her mother, Bethsy Gray, in Glasgow for a number of years and now creates her own work. Using Sterling silver and semi- precious stones to create fabulous statement necklaces, bracelets and earings. Original designs, pieces are wearable and affordable. Alice attends craft fairs in Stirlingshire, Trossachs, Blane Valley and Glasgow and is due to open a shop in Balfron in Spring 2009. Phone for an appointment - bespoke commissions, repairs and restringing undertaken.
Crikey Aphrodite - bespoke corsetry for every shape
I weave cloth, by hand, from wool (spun and unspun pedigree organic Shetland fleece), fine linen, naturally dyed silk and organically grown cotton.
As a Design Graduate of The Glasgow School of Art, I specialise in designing and making fascinators, cocktail hats and bridal headdresses.
Bell's practice has transitioned from hand painted silk accessories to textile installations which respond the natural environment and our place within it.
I hand make contemporary jewellery which echoes the past.
I love collections of old objects like in junk shops, attics and museums. I have spent time travelling through South America and the west coast of Scotland researching my own family ties and through this, sourcing inspiration.