Divas Design is a textile based studio run by Dawn Cawthra-Hewitt, Christine Wallace and Kirsty Wallace, with skills including spinning, weaving, book binding, sewing, embroidery felt and paper making. The 'Three Divas' create innovative, contemporary fashion accessories and soft furnishings, the range includes scarves, hats, corsages, jewellery, cushions and bags.
Deborah MacVicar is an artist and Jewellery designer. She went back to the local secondary school as an adult, and later to Lews Castle College, and Moray College UHI. Graduating in October 2011 with a BA hons in fine art.
She has been selected for the New Contemporaries Exhibition in Edinburgh by the RSA in March 2012, where she will show her 'Performances in the Landscape', and is currently involved in an arts residency named the 'secret sea', being run by Taigh Chearsabhagh arts trust.
Hand cut art and words
Denise works with photocopied images of her body digitally printed onto cloth. Her interest is in the relationship between the human body and cloth.
Dodo Flugge is an Edinburgh based artist and maker. She comes from a background in fine art and drawing but over recent years also added furniture redesign and jewellry making to her areas of expertise. You can see her at work in her shop/studio/creative laboratory in Edinburgh's Newington area.
Digby Morrow is a craftsman who makes fine decorative hardwood boxes and bespoke furniture pieces in his workshop on the outskirts of Linlithgow, near Edinburgh, Scotland. He works in solid and veneered woods of both domestic and exotic varieties and uses inlays and marquetry to decorate his pieces. He finishes his work using a variety of techniques including French polishing.
Handmade Scottish dog treats and dog apparel. Collars, dog coats and much more.
Doon Valley Crafters is a Community Interest Company and specialises in heritage crafts, such as spinning and weaving our own materials for clothing and other uses.
I am interested in producing work from a narrative relating to the wearer. This allows me to produce a piece which is directly related to the wearer and is much more than just a decorative object.
Dunollie aims to celebrate and support Scotland's textile heritage through introducing local crafter's produce within the different elements of Dunollie Museum, Castle and Grounds.