Craft & Design

June 2017 – Loveduxe Lingerie

Bridal designers Wendy Harman and Natasha Hutchison of Lovedeluxe Lingerie make pieces to order in Chantilly lace, mesh and silk for the “confident, flirtatious and effortlessly sexy, without size prejudice”. [more]

Juni 2017 – Kartel

Inspired by Scotland’s industrial heritage and landscape, Dundee-based Kartel create classic men’s and women’s time pieces incorporating traditional Harris Tweed. [more]

June 2017 – Amy Bond

Passionate about 3D weaving techniques, Amy Bond creates home fabrics and fashion accessories featuring bright, bold, vibrant combinations of colours and geometric patterns. [more]

June 2017 – Jo Pudelko

From “a ramshackle caravan” parked at the foot of the Ochil Hills, Jo Pudelko makes contemporary, mixed media jewellery and small scale sculptural objects. [more]

April 2017 – Vicky Higginson

Glass artist Vicky Higginson hand-blows forms which she then works into using cutting, carving and engraving techniques to create vessels and sculptural forms. [more]

April 2017 – Lizzie Farey

Using woods grown locally in Dumfries & Galloway, artist basketmaker Lizzie Farey creates work ranging from traditional baskets to contemporary sculptural forms. [more]

April 2017 – Sheana Stephen

Using silver, gold, pearls and semi-precious stones, artist jeweller Sheana Stephen creates individual pieces of jewellery inspired by flowers and the garden, legends and the texture of the sea and shore [more]

October 2016 – Daniel Lacey

Using mainly local timber, designer/maker Daniel Lacey creates fine furniture, from small items to whole rooms, inspired by – and often named after – the scenery and wildlife around his home in Langholm in the Scottish Borders. [more]

October 2016 – Sparks Sculptures

Mother and daughter duo Lucy Clough & Cath Kerr of Sparks Sculptures have amassed a huge pile of scrap metal from which they make elegant sculptural items, including animals, birds, fish and abstract forms, for the home and garden. [more]

August 2016 – Lorna Fraser

Ceramicist Lorna Fraser is inspired by the botanical world, in particular the herbarium at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Her new collection of porcelain vessels features etchings and imagery of pressed plant specimens. www.lornafraser.co.uk [more]

August 2016 – Fiona McIntosh

Influenced by iconic graphic symbols of the 1950s and Pop Art, Fiona McIntosh uses vintage colours of russet, chocolate brown, charcoal, green, ochre and sky on each unique scarf silkscreened by hand. www.tessutiscotland.co.uk [more]

August 2016 – Marion Kane

Based in the “Craft Town” of West Kilbride, jeweller Marion Kane has created a new range of silver necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings featuring shells from Scottish beaches, found stones and pieces of ceramic. www.marionsilversmith.com [more]

August 2016 – Majid Lavasani

From his studio at Mushroom Works in Newcastle’s Ouseburn cultural hub, woodcarver and furniture-maker Majid Lavasani hand-crafts chairs, tables, wall plaques, picture frames and lamp stands influenced by 18th century Italian and French Rococo styles. www.majidfurniture.co.uk [more]

August 2016 – Susan Dawn

On the tiny island of Great Bernera in the Outer Hebrides, Susan Dawn combines her life as a crofter and peat-cutter with basketry, using willow from the 60 different types she grows herself. www.hebrideanbaskets.co.uk [more]