In her work Leila uses the landscape of Orkney to celebrate life and nature around her, thus evoking a sense of time and space.
The softest of silk scarves in bright jewel colours & co-ordinating handbag mirrors, brooches, and silk cord chokers.
Felt Creations by Dida are inspired by the natural world and the versatility of wool. Linda's ever increasing range of products includes: Felt landscapes and animal/bird studies; felt figures - wee needle-felted characters in 100% wool - dogs, cats, sheep & more; felt & beaded jewellery, including the unique and popular "sweetie bracelets" and felt gifts and accessories from mobile phone covers to funky key rings, embellished gift boxes and more.
My studio is a treasure trove of assorted fabrics, lace and braiding, some of which are found or recycled. These I use to create wall hangings, cushions, patchwork quilts or bags.
I am a hand spinner, and use my yarns to create everything from purses to large works for the wall.
I also make detailed collages incorporating recycled and found objects and my passion for colour has led me to create mixed media works for walls which often combine acrylic paints with fabrics, fibres and gold leaf.
Liz Gaffney has incorporated her passion for creating visually stunning clothing by perfecting the technique of handfelting.
Knitwear designs from Liz Ingram, are inspired by Celtic and Pictish themes, Nature, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish traditional Fair Isle and Sanquhar patterns.
Louise has been weaving tapestries for almost two decades, specialising in individually designed, high quality, subtle pieces.
Her work ranges from affordable, intricately woven, box framed miniatures to large scale wall hangings; hand woven with luxurious silks, linens and wools, often inspired by cloth and paper fragments.
Crabapple and Crottle weave bespoke organic rugs. Sumptuous, contemporary-rustic floor coverings, with low carbon footprints created through sustainable means.
We also hand spin and naturally dye Scottish wool into a broad array of yarns for knitters.
Lynn Ross studied weaving at Handarbetetsvänner in Stockholm. She has been a textile artist on the Isle of Arran for 30 years, designing & producing contemporary decorative weavings with traditional methods of spinning, weaving and dyeing.