Accessories:

Candy Coated Accessories
Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
Candy Coated Accessories current collections include luxury knitted lambswool hats, headbands and scarves for you, as well as hot water bottle covers for your home. Each item is exclusively designed by textile designer Fiona Ross in the north east of Scotland in her small but perfectly formed home studio. By combining her skills in machine knitting and sewing, the mixture of modern design and traditional technique complement each other perfectly. Her passion for bright colours and geometric patterns are definitely reflected in all of her products.
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Tracy Wilson Jewellery
Edinburgh
Tracy Wilson Jewellery was established in 2013. Prior to this Tracy studied interior design following this with a Masters and she worked in a design environment for 17 years. Tracy works out of her studio at Coburg House based in Edinburgh designing and making contemporary silver jewellery. Tracy prides herself in the originality of her designs and the quality and care taken in the creation and finish of every piece she produces. Her work originated from soundwave patterns, this has progressed to making pieces that are both idea and technique inspired. She aims to create collections incorporating elegant forms and lines with a timeless quality.
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Julie Tucker-Williams
Working primarily with silver Julie creates textured individual pieces highlighted with gold and precious stones. Combined with an interested in exploring contrasts of beaten metal with the lustre of pearls Julie has produced a contemporary and ageless collection including freshwater pearl cluster rings, multi link chains, charm bangles often referencing her love of the sea and all things in or on it.
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The Potter of Leith
Edinburgh
I produce reduction fired stoneware ceramics, mainly tableware. Much of the work uses wood-ash based glazes and features those elusive copper reds found only in high temperature, reduction firing. Work produced ranges from small bowls and dishes through to large serving bowls, platters, vases and urns. We also supply several Edinburgh restaurants with table ware and offer a variety of courses and workshops. As a Social Enterprise, our profits go towards offering free and subsidised access to courses and workshops to those living with poor mental health.
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Ailish H
North East of England
Ailish classifies herself as a research-based practitioner within the arts. She serves as editor-in-chief for Mr X Stitch. She has had two large solo exhibitions and has written for a number of publications, including Selvedge and Embroidery. She is represented by Handmade in Britain, Craft Design House and CRAFT, having developed her own luxury print design label; producing wearable items and those suited for interiors. It is important to her that each product is made using small producers. Her focus lies in telling a visual tale, allowing the purchaser to carry on the narrative.
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Catherine Aitken
Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland
Designer Catherine Aitken creates ladies and gents accessories from HarrisTweed and waxed cottons, combining the softness and tactility of the localheritage materials with natural veg tan leathers. Her designs have aflamboyant fashion twist that blends trend and Scottish tradition.Catherine also likes to recycle with a whole range of bags and otheraccessories created from vintage Harris Tweed jackets and small clutchesfrom vintage Japanese kimonos. The collection includes backpacks,messenger bags, handbags and smaller accessories - scarves, toiletry bags,purses. You can order from the main collection online or commission abespoke design for a personal twist.
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Woolpack
Edinburgh
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Charlotte Grierson
South East London, England
Based in South East London Charlotte Grierson has been designing and hand weaving for over 20 years. She uses weave structures and a variety of yarns to create textured compositions, which are stretched over canvases. Her collections of hand woven scarves use natural materials; silk, linen and merino. Designed to be timeless and individual these scarves are all handwoven one-off pieces. Charlotte also has a collection of mill woven scarves, designed and sampled in her studio and woven in the UK.
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Cally Booker
Dundee
Bonny Claith luxury scarves and accessories are designed and handwoven by Cally Booker. Cally chooses to work with the highest quality natural materials, because she believes in beauty that lasts: blends of wool and silk which are light and luxurious; natural colour from the yarn itself, and from traditional dyestuffs which are vibrant but gentle and easy-to-wear. Like a live jazz performance, every piece is a unique expression of the distinctive and colourful Bonny Claith style
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Muffy Young
Waltham Massachusetts, USA
I have been a hand weaver and dyer since 1978. These scarves and shawls are all hand woven and hand dyed. My looms have 24 and 32 harnesses instead of the more usual 4 or 8. This allows me to design highly complex structures, and to combine them in a single piece for intriguing variations in scale, texture, and motif. My designs are original, unique, and innovative, with images inspired by nature, modernism, and the fabrics of Latin America, Central Asia, and Africa. Guided by the weave structure, I select silk fibres to maximise visual impact and to balance drape and stability. Hand-dying my yarns gives me complete control of my colour palette. My passion is to create refined scarves and shawls that are beautiful to look at and comfortable to wear.
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Hollie Ward
London, England
Cultivated by an intrigue into what it is to “feel”, I create what I refer to as artefacts. Artefacts to live in and with. Each product is woven and sewn by one pair of hands after thorough exploration surrounding each material. Questioning the way in which we form relationships and attachments to objects in which we as humans cannot always understand. An interest in DIY culture from a young age guided my process, an act of rebellion through making. Exploring how we can rebel against what is expected, what is assumed and what we are told we should be.
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Aamos Designs (Emma Geddes)
Shetland
Aamos Designs is a unique and talented textile design company, who specialise in contemporary woven textiles, owned by designer Emma Geddes, a 2006 graduate of the Glasgow School of Art. Emma is based in Shetland, she works from an energetic studio at her home in Burra. She is motivated to design original woven textiles, honouring traditional techniques, updating them to create unique and luxurious hand woven fabrics, for fashion and interiors. She is also known for her playful but confident use of colour, and contemporary use of time-honoured woven structures.
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Mariam Syed
Glasgow, Scotland
Mariam Syed is a passionate woven Textile Designer who designs and weaves fabrics for fashion and interiors in her Glasgow workshop. Mariam’s design practise encapsulates everything she is passionate about: weaving, vibrant colours, architecture and geometry. A mathematician at heart, geometric patterns are quite central to her woven designs. Fascinated with the visual culture of her home city Karachi, Mariam is in awe of the vibrant coloured Pakistani trucks set against the magnificent Colonial British Architecture. Pakistani trucks look like giant kaleidoscopes of brilliant colours and patterns; much like an art gallery on wheels!
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Janis Embleton - Flight Weaving
Swinton, Scottish Borders, Scotland
Janis Embleton is the designer and hand weaver behind Flight Weaving, based in the Scottish Borders. Janis specialises in small batch and one-off woven items which guarantees a truly individual and unique piece for every customer. She particularly likes to explore the combinations of structure and colour, working with luxury fibres such as linen, silk, cashmere and alpaca and, often, bespoke dyeing to achieve the perfect colour combinations. This aspect of her work is incredibly important and it is the area where she has the most creative freedom, allowing her to develop ideas and research her materials to their best use.
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K.Moods
Edinburgh
K.Moods is a contemporary Scottish knitwear brand, aimed towards socially conscious and design-led adults who are searching for sustainably produced and locally made textile products; Kathleen creates boldly colourful, knitted unisex fashion, as well as accessories, and vibrant soft furnishings. With K.Moods you will find yourself wrapped in cosy scarves, statement cotton socks, and stand out in the crowd with reversible hats, all from a zero-waste Edinburgh knitwear design studio.
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Katie Charleson
Edinburgh, Scotland
Katie Charleson is a screen printed homewares designer committed to creating sumptuous, unique textiles. In 2020, Katie introduced quilting, stitching and appliqué to her work, it becoming a key component of her practice. Combining print and stitch, Charleson makes work by collaging with fabric; using shapes and colour in an instinctual way. Katie works exclusively with natural fibres from ethical sources and many works embrace upcycling, making use of remnants and archival fabrics. She only uses water based inks in production, and is consciously introducing natural dyes while educating herself on the most environmentally positive way to continue creating textiles.
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Niki Fulton
Edinburgh, Scotland
Niki Fulton designs botanical, geometric and abstract prints for her range of scarves and ties. The Horizon Collection is inspired by the wild beauty of the Hebridean landscape fused with a Japanese sense of order and space, The Geometric Collection by architecture and poetry and The Leonardo Collection by colour symbolism in Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper painting. Her work has been stocked in V&A Dundee, Royal Academy of Arts London, National Galleries of Scotland and Watanabe Tokyo. Read the story behind each print to discover which one resonates with you.
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Susie Redman
Burntisland
I weave homewares and wearables in my Burntisland studio, situated in a heritage railway building overlooking the Forth and across to Edinburgh. I weave on a beautiful traditional Swedish floor loom that is ideal for making my wool rugs, cushions, blankets, linen towels, runners and also scarves and wraps. Traditional weaves are given a contemporary aesthetic and are woven in natural fibres including luxurious lambswool, linen, cotton and paper, organic where possible. Sustainability is important to me and I aim to source my yarns as locally as possible and to achieve zero waste in my studio.
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Skippity Hop Creatures
Aberlady, East Lothian
I have always enjoyed working 3 dimensionally and studied Sculpture at Art School where I worked onlife size figures along with plasticine maquettes, similar to the scale I work on now. As a textile artist I create animal like creatures dressed in human attire.I work with recycled and shop bought fabric and find cloth can be a versatile and colourful materialto work with. Most of my work is free standing and is sold as display art, aimed at the adult customer. My work can be viewed via my website, Etsy and Instagram.
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Wee Collective
Edinburgh and Glasgow
Wee Collective is a partnership of makers, Laura McEwan and Urszula Jochim, based between Edinburgh and Glasgow. We support and inspire each other and collaborate on projects which focus on locally sourced and ethical materials and the highest standards of handmade craftsmanship.
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Laura Cameron - Lost In The Wood
Caernarfon, North Wales, Wales
I am a textile artist using crochet and needle felting to create colourful pieces which reflect my fascination with anatomy, medical history and the natural world. My range of medically-inspired brooches and wall art are intended as an engaging way of taking things which are usually hidden and showing them to be vibrant and visible. I enjoy subverting the expectations that usually accompany woolly crafts. My work aims to challenge the artificial distinction between art and craft, in a playful manner, as well as being a place where art and science meet.
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The Unraveling
Leith, Edinburgh
The Unraveling is a Bohemian Homeware Brand, specialising in crochet and macrame wall planters. All designed and handmade by creator, Dominique, with care and consideration for the environment. Transform your home into a bohemian retreat with these beautiful space saving plant hangers. Designed to be easily integrated into your environment, these hanging wall planters provide beautiful vertical accents, enabling greenery to fill you home. Perfect for smaller spaces, or those plant lovers who are running out of floor space.
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Red Ruby Rose
Big Sand, Gairloch, Ross-Shire, Scotland
I wade through boggy lochans and poke my camera into ditches to capture the tiny floral jewels and treasures that make up the macro landscapes of North West Scotland. This hands-on approach to image making translates onto fine digitally printed dupion silks and sumptuous velvets, capturing the photographic detail of mosses, shells, lichens and delicate peatland wild flowers. Every fabric piece is handmade into bags, clutches and accessories by my own hands, using my vintage Husqvarna sewing machine.
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Milomade
Fife
From her cliff top studio on the east coast of Scotland, Evie Milo gives discarded, unwanted items a new lease of life. Pieces of salvaged antique sterling silver are re-imagined and transformed into wearable heirlooms with a new beauty and charm: treasures from one generation are cleverly reinvented for the next. With a motto of 'too good to waste' when you buy from Milomade you acquire something not just unique and beautiful but something that leaves neither damage nor waste in its wake.
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Whirlow
Edinburgh
Whirlow is a luxury knitted accessories brand, founded in Edinburgh by textiles designer, Kirsty Franey. Our designs start with Kirsty’s original illustrations, inspired by the natural world that embrace an eclectic mix of pattern and colour. Our signature piece is an oversized blanket scarf, perfect for keeping cosy on chilly days. Each item is made in Scotland with care and authenticity and celebrates Scotland’s unequalled excellence in the manufacture of knitwear. We create timeless, non-seasonal products using traditional methods and the highest quality 100% Lambswool yarn. Our brand supports slow fashion, creating long-lasting products to be cherished and looked after for many years to come.
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Garvald Textiles
Edinburgh
Garvald Textiles (Garvald Edinburgh)provide creative opportunities for adults with learning disabilites. Using high quality natural materials we produce a range of beautiful textiles, both apparel and interiors.
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Emily Mary Woven Textiles
Loughborough, Midlands, England
Weaving tradition with contemporary design, I create high-quality, handwoven fabrics with a modern, vibrant twist. Traditional patterning combined with my love of design and passion for colour gives my woven fabrics a contemporary feel. Using a variety of natural materials and technical yarns on my Leclerc Weavebird 16 shaft floor loom enables me to create luxurious collections for home wares, gifts and accessories. Inspiration for my fabrics can come from anywhere; nature, architecture and everyday life. Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris to the 4 colour printing process CMYK have been the starting points for some of my collections.
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Dastardly Line
Glasgow
Dastardly Line is a studio attempting to find filtering processes for specific forms of textile waste, designing products around industry surplus with the intention of building a busy manufacturing studio, creating jobs entirely from waste. We have started by focusing on cashmere selvedge which comes from our incredible Scottish weaving industry and from this we create a series of blankets and scarves.
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Lynsey Walters
Wormit, Fife
Lynsey Walters designs and makes textile jewellery and hair accessories, combining handmade and industrial felt. The collection features around necklaces, but also includes earrings, brooches and bangles as well as hair accessories. The work is bright, bold and very wearable. After gaining a BA (Hons) in Printed textiles Lynsey went on to receive a MA at the Royal College of Art – graduating in 2000. After the success of her graduation exhibition she decided to set up her on business initially selling to stores such as Designers Guild and VV Rouleaux.
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Sally Weatherill
Castle Hedingham, Essex, England
Sally Weatherill studied art history and printed/woven textiles in the US before moving to the UK. Here she set up a studio on the Suffolk/Essex border where she designs and produces woven fabrics for fashion and interiors. Distinctive in its rich colour and textural interest, her work draws references from the world of art as well as from daily experience to create designs that are modern yet timeless. Woven primarily with UK sourced lambswool from a family run business ensures the best quality. Sally’s luxurious fabrics are handmade in the UK in limited editions to preserve their uniqueness.
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Saskia Gavin Jewellery
Edinburgh
The jewellery and sculpture I will be showing at Winter Glow will be made primarily from silver and copper and will feature rings, necklaces, brooches and earrings from my Hutton’s Section collection (all rocky strata and weathering) and from my latest collection, Next Year’s Garden, which reflects my fascination with pods and how they hold and then release the seeds. The older I get, the more wonder I have for the things I see all the time and I aim to celebrate this in my jewellery which is both for everyday adornment and those ‘non-marigold’ days! 
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Irregular Sleep Pattern
Glasgow
Bedding and sleepwear for sartorial extroverts. Designed in Glasgow, manufactured in Portugal. Organic ∆ Ethical ∆ Fabulous!
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Zitozza
Leven, East Fife
Hungarian-born designer Zita Katona founded interior textile design business Zitozza in 2020 by after a decade-long career zig-zagging between graphic and textile design. During the pandemic lockdown, she decided to unite the two skillsets in the form of surface pattern designs for interiors - the result is a modular block printing system of with combinable, uniform printing blocks organised in two collections with an immense variety of designs on the coarse natural jute fabric. The elements combine Zita's Eastern European heritage of modernist, or brutalist architecture and the influence of Scotland’s textile industry with more traditional, botanical motifs. 
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Surface Art
Sydney Australia
“A contemporary spin on timeless design”After studying textile design at the Scottish College of Textiles, specialising in print design, I moved to Sydney in the 1990s where I worked for Australian artist Ken Done.The labels Surface Art, Essaye share a common “thread” – they’re all about the fabric.Surface Art and Essaye designs are inspired by nature and objects, as well as popular art and design movements, the colours and light of Australia…… and of course we proudly make all products right here in Sydney!
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Loimi and Ko
Edinburgh
Originally from Australia, Sarah Affleck discovered weaving while living in Helsinki, Finland and is now based in Edinburgh. Her label Loimi and Ko. pays homage to Finland with the name loimi, which describes the warp threads running in one direction of a woven cloth. Sarah uses locally sourced natural fibres to create artpieces as well as functional items inspired by the colours and textures of the natural world. Her debut collection features blends of colours inspired by the Western Australian coastline that embody feelings of home, comfort and belonging that become ever important when you are away from yours.
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Iona Wool
Isle of Iona
We are an independent yarn maker from the Isle of Iona in the Inner Hebrides. Our range of knit and weaving yarn is made from the collective clip of the island’s flock, which is carefully sorted and graded to retain the best characteristics of the fleece, resulting in a truly sustainable product. Our tweed, woven scarves and blankets are designed in house and made a stone’s throw away by our friends at Ardalanish mill on the Isle of Mull, a wind powered micro-mill running some of the last heritage looms in the country.
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Newburgh Handloom Weavers
Newburgh Fife
Newburgh Handloom Weavers are specialist producers of high quality, hand-woven tweed and cloth. Situated by the River Tay, in the North-East of Fife, our cloth is handwoven on traditional wooden handlooms built by Thomas Kennedy of Galashiels, a loom maker established in 1870. We produce a wide range of traditional tweeds, blankets, including bespoke tweeds designed and made to order for both individual and commercial clients. We weave our cloth using pure new wool from around the British Isles. This produces a warm and fine, yet hard-wearing cloth perfect for tailoring, dress-making, upholstery and furnishings.
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Ailidh Lennon
Isle of Iona, Scotland
Ailidh Lennon is a weaver and plant dyer who uses traditional techniques to interpret the abstract shapes and shifting shades from the landscape into her handwoven, sustainable textiles that are bound to the landscape of her home, the Isle of Iona. Using single-origin yarn from local sheep, Ailidh works with the natural fleece colour and hand dyes the yarn with plants and lichen gathered on the island. The colours depend on the changing environmental factors of the season, allowing the natural elements to influence the design process and enabling her to be an active participant in the more-than-human habitat.
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Collingwood Norris
Scottish Borders
Flora Collingwood-Norris designs and makes ethical knitwear from her studio in Galashiels, using the finest natural fibres. Inspired by colours in Scottish landscapes, her scarves, hats and mitts are designed to uplift your Winter wardrobe. While most designs are made by hand in the studio, some are made at a local mill in very small batches. Helping you to make your knitwear last a lifetime is a passion of Floras, and she has written a book “Visible creative mending for knitwear” to help you learn how to repair the knitwear you already own.
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Rugaura
Kirkcudbright, Galloway
I make lasting quality, artful, hand tufted wool pile textile. Recently I’ve been experimenting with hand dyeing finished pieces for fluidity of design effect. I like the idea of my work inviting connection with true nature in a deeper way by inviting people to relax, reflect, rejuvenate through use of mindfulness/ meditation mats, stools and wall art rugs. Sharing appreciation of our world is the object of my work and long standing interest in health/mental health, consciousness, archetype. One of my influences is the work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, painter, architect, ecological activist and philosopher. 
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PickOne
Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland
I am a hand weaver based in Leith, Edinburgh. I predominately weave using merino lambswool, enjoying the colour variations one gets from this colourful and versatile yarn. I am enjoying examining how many ways I can interpret differing stitched marks and patterns through the medium of weave on a 32 shaft Megado loom; my pride and joy! As well as stitched marks I am currently obsessed by all things denim, sampling is continually evolving as to how I can weave these two trains of thoughts together. I will presenting another mini collection of new woven works at Winter GLOW.
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Olla Nua – Handwoven by Nicola Gates
Belfast, Northern Ireland
The name Olla Nua comes from the Irish words for ‘new wool’, reflecting my aim to use this traditional material in a modern and imaginative way. I weave my cloth on wooden floor looms, powered entirely by hand and foot, using a range of yarns spun in Ireland and the UK. I’m fascinated by the natural properties of wool – its tactility, ability to insulate and how the fibre can change subtly or drastically depending on how it is manipulated by the maker. Just as I love working with wool, I hope these textiles bring comfort and a sense of home to the user wherever they travel.
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Michaelson Design
Ceres, Fife
Michaelson Design printed textiles have previously been inspired by my photography of the built environment. Since moving to rural Fife, however, the history and archaeology of its linen industry have become more influential. For CLOTH#21 I am offering my ‘Ceres’ collection of bags and aprons in Fife linen, with printed designs derived from images of flax fields, the weaving process and the archaeological evidence of past industry. My original collection of silk scarves and squares will also be available. Sadly, the local weaving of Fife linen has been discontinued, so this will be the last of the ‘Ceres’ collection.
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Jenni Douglas Design Studio
Pathhead
Hi, Im Jenni and I create a wide range of modern, distinctive home gifts and accessories from my design studio and workshop in rural Midlothian. I love printmaking and illustration and my designs start out as hand pressed linocuts and drawings which I turn into prints, patterns and products. My products are made using as many locally sourced, sustainable and recyclable materials as possible, and she works mainly with local suppliers and manufacturers.
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Hem: Handwoven
Hope Valley, Peak District.
A weaver in natural fibres utilising antique hand looms. Nell weaves sea and mountain, coast and peak, capturing movement, pattern and texture to create textiles embedded with underlying codes and a significance of place, time and memory. Nell’s work has been exhibited at the New Ashgate Gallery, the National Centre for Craft and Design, and has been featured in the Financial Times and profiled on the Artist Support Pledge.Nell is a member of the Crafts Council.
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Tablet+HAAR
Crail, Fife, Scotland
Tablet+HAAR is the print studio run by surface pattern designer Katie Ebben Smith. She specializes in hand screen printed products - printing mostly on natural linen, felt and paper- using environmentally friendly water-based inks. She is influenced by the coastal landscape of the beautiful East Neuk and has a passion for vibrant colour. Her most recent work has been inspired by her cut flower garden and the fields surrounding Crail. Her work includes wall hangings, soft furnishings and accessories as well as well as fine art prints. She named her studio after two of her great loves: the haar – which rolls in land creating a mysterious atmosphere that she finds inspiring and Scottish tablet, which makes her teeth ache but just one square inch keeps her happily pulling screens for hours.
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Jenni Loudon
Edinburgh
Slightly strange textile creatures. Most are loosely based on human form though often also have bird or animal characteristics. They are sewn by hand and machine incorporating new and recycled fabrics, may be felted,painted, printed, dyed, stained, manipulated etc and can also include found and repurposed elements. Most are jointed so they can be posed but they are designed for adult collectors only and are not suitable for small children or robust play.
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Marna Lunt
Yarm, North East England
I am a fine artist that has changed mediums from oil paint to threads, inspired by the landscape from my childhood home on the North Yorkshire Moors. I use thread in thick layers as though it was paint, building texture and colour with wool, linen, cotton both old and new, hand dyed and modern synthetic colours. I have a unique style of thread painting not based on traditional silk shading but on my own feeling about depth and my years of training as a painter. It is important to me to create the right feeling both mentally with a piece but also physically. I like a piece to feel weighty in the hand, to have presence and substance. I want people to feel a need to reached out and touch it. All work starts as a drawing and is stitched entirely by hand, no machines are used.
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Ruth Harries Textiles
Cardiff Wales
My work encompasses many themes and mediums; often inspired by my identity and observations from my surroundings. The recent lockdown period has encouraged a body of work with an appreciation and development of rich studies on the theme of the garden and flora. It looks at the diverse qualities of mark making produced by drawing and painting considered through stitch and fabric. It is an appreciation of the quality of thread and the medium. Often working directly; letting it grow and develop intuitively and spontaneously, I use hand and free machine stitch, as well as fabric collage, where dense layers are built up, achieving subtle variations in tone in a free and expressive way.
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Shaun James
Cardiff Wales
The name 'Things in the Studio' developed out of the way in which I produce my prints, and my artwork in general. My studio is full to the brim with stuff. Bits and pieces that I have acquired over time and that have come to accumulate in my space. These things are the material of my work. My practice revolves around and moves forward through my interactions with this stuff. My making happens in reaction to these collected materials; these objects, these fragments that surround me and inform me. The way that I make things is through mutual dialogue with these materials. A lot of the time that just means playing and seeing what happens. Things seem to eventually come together.
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Olive Pearson Designs
Glasgow
Olive is a designer-maker specialising in luxurious, knitted accessories in merino lambswool and cashmere. Combining traditional techniques with contemporary design she creates slow-fashion heirloom pieces in her signature colours and geometric repeat patterns that play with perceptions. Inspiration comes from all around from manhole covers and zips to architectural details and ripples in the sand. Olive hand-frames everything on a vintage, manual machine in her Glasgow studio enabling her to provide a bespoke service for clients who can commission their own design or order any design and colour combination to create their own unique scarf.
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Jan Beadle
Village on the outskirts of Carlisle, Cumbria
Jan moved to Cumbria in the mid 80’s after completing her BA Hons in Textiles. She has over 30 years experience in the textile field working in Higher Education running a Constructed Textile Resource at University of Cumbria, formally Cumbria Institute of the Arts until 2010, when she decided to concentrating full time making and exhibiting her own work. Jan is a member of the award winning Wool Clip, a co-operative of local craftspeople based at Caldbeck in North Cumbria and organisers of Woolfest in Cockermouth. Jan designs and makes contemporary woven textiles for fashion, interiors and accessories. Much of her work involves experimenting with different weave structures to see how they distort when manipulated and felted to create individual handcrafted
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Cora Studio
Edinburgh, Scotland
I am a knitted textile designer based in Edinburgh, designing and producing a range of knitted cashmere accessories including scarves, hats and blankets. I have been working within Scottish textiles manufacturing for 12 years and I take a lot of inspiration from the traditional processes and techniques the industry is known for. I combine this with a focus on organic and graphic pattern interpreted into a fine gauge knit.My main source of visual inspiration comes from the natural landscape - observing the patterns formed at every level and taking pleasure in the detail and repetition of shape and form at both a micro and macro level. This is developed into jacquard knit patterns through hand drawing in order to maintain an organic and irregular feel. I balance all of this with a touch of geometric inspired pattern and plain colour to create a collection of varied elements.
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Rebekah Mcvitie
Edinburgh
My process is rooted in collecting, reuse and history. I am not settled on one practice but at the moment I work with sea glass which I lampwork into beads and embroider. I will be selling necklaces made from sea glass collected along the Firth of Forth, some of which are sold with an embroidered map of the area where the glass was found.
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Susie Redman Handwoven
Burntisland, Fife, Scotland
I weave homewares and wearables in my Burntisland studio, situated in a heritage railway building overlooking The Forth and across to Edinburgh. I weave on a beautiful wooden traditional Swedish floorloom. My inspiration comes from the local marine and built environment and also Scandinavian textile design and colour palette. Traditional weaves are given a contemporary aesthetic and are woven with high quality luxurious lambswools, cotton and linen, organic where possible.
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Lisa Arnott Jewellery
Edinburgh
As part of 'Spring Glow I will be launching my new collection of enamelled vessels alongside my uniquely enamelled jewellery. As designer I am drawn to the urban environment I live within, and the rural landscapes of Scotland I wander through. Through these journeys I gather the marks, textures, lines, and patterns that remain within these landscapes. My studio practice involves traditional silversmithing techniques, alongside my contemporary approaches to expressive enamelling. Using industrial and vitreous enamels I create painterly and sensitive surfaces, which I apply to my vessels and pieces of jewellery which reflect the hinterlands that I am inspired by.
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Kirsty Odds
Aberlady, East Lothian
Hopipola Handwovens is the studio of handweaver and textile designer Kirsty Odds, who works from her garden studio in Aberlady. She creates fresh, contemporary woven pieces, predominantly for use in interiors and accessories, on traditional looms.
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Mairi Brown
Edinburgh, Scotland
I am a textile artist working with free-machine embroidery to decorate the clothing and soft furnishings that I make, mainly on a commission basis. Inspired by flora and fauna I study the details of each animal or flower to recreate it in stitch. The rich colours and way that light catches on say a bird’s wing or lilies petal is recreated with my process of drawing and painting with thread. Each piece becomes a little treasure reminding the wearer or owner of how precious our wildlife is and how surprising colours can be found in everyday creatures and plants.
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Anna Skea
Morar, Scotland
I am a knitwear designer and maker who works with wool. I believe that the qualities and character of wool give a long lasting garment which is unmatched for warmth and breathability. I love working with colour and I use yarn from a Scottish mill to make hand framed jackets, sweaters and hats. They are fulled to produce soft warm pieces. I live and work in Morar in the northwest highlands of Scotland and after many years of having a shop, I now work from a studio in my garden.
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Shelley Faye Lazar
Worcestershire
Lockdown afforded me the luxury of time to resume my love of designing and stitching tapestry canvases. Working in cooperation and inspiration alongside additional disciplines, my work is then transferred to other textiles, making my designs accessible and enjoyable to a wider audience. I wish to heighten the awareness of textiles and thread, and to communicate techniques and function. Colour is my obsession. The range of scarves and cushions is called the “Trompe L’Oeil Collection”. Initially, you aren’t aware of the transformation that has evolved. The eye fights sense of touch, but once all is revealed, the fun begins.
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Monica Boxely
Isleworth, west London, England
My work is driven by my passion for colour and unique print. I create small themed collec-tions of unique clothing and jewellery. Most of my work is screen printed or digitally printed onto natural fibres. The pieces of clothing created are fun, stylish and allow the wearer to stand out from the crowd! The designs are often inspired by my travels in Asia where I have had the privilege to learn Batik from local artists. There are always new additions to the col-lections throughout the year. It would give me great pleasure to show you my latest pieces
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Hackley
Aberdeen, Scotland
Hackley is an independent bag and lifestyle accessory brand, based in Aberdeen. Run by designer and maker Rachel, the designs are driven by her love of colour and her desire to create bright, luxury pieces to be used every day. The simple, functional designs are handcrafted to combine striking colours with tactile materials, offering a bold, eye-catching range designed to be a durable and lasting addition to any wardrobe.
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Woolly Originals
Edinburgh
Based in Edinburgh, Woolly Originals uses domestic knitting machines to create bags for crafters and artists to use for their projects and for their tools. The bag designs are based on a range of ideas and inspiration: Scottish wildflowers & trees; organic fruit orchards; Scandinavian & Shetland star motifs; the volcanic landscapes of Iceland; the Scott Monument on Princes Street in Edinburgh; or the trainee women astronauts of the Mercury 13 program!
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Blessed Unrest
Edinburgh
My textile prints are often inspired by walks in nature, patterns in the urban environment around me and Japanese textiles. My first love is hand screen printing onto natural cloth but I also design digitally for large scale projects, delicate silks and licencing artworks. I work with photographic and hand drawn imagery, layering the motifs and patterns using opaque and transparent inks in vibrant colour palettes. My distinctive patterns work beautifully across a wide range of homeware products including cushions and lampshades and fashion accessories including scarves and tote bags. Remnant cloth is repurposed as wearable art brooch badges.
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Eve Campbell
Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland
With an interest in creating surface pattern inspired by Scottish nature and architecture Eve Campbell creates printed wallhangings and ceramic tiles. Through paper stencilling and screen printing her prints capture the colours, shapes and patterns of nature on Scotland's West Coast. Eve graduated in Textile Design from The Glasgow School of Art in 2018 before setting up a small print studio in Tighnabruaich on the West Coast of Scotland. From there she create my textiles and ceramics, interpreting nature in abstract form for homes and spaces.
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Chantal Warped Textiles
Glasgow
Chantal is a woven designer based in Glasgow, who draws visual reference for her work from geometric & structural forms whether manmade or natural. ‘The reason I create fabrics & products is primarily because I love the challenge, processes & patience required. Being able to mix different colours & textures together in a way that lets me translate visual research into a woven piece gives me great personal satisfaction. I really just like to make beautiful cloth, the touch, smell & texture of it, & the feeling of being wrapped in something created by hand from a craft steeped in history.’
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Nielanell
Shetland, Scotland
My alternative Shetland knitwear is inspired by traditions and techniques from our islands’ textile heritage, but I follow my own design path—developing collections through connection with place, history and world culture, and using my passion for colour to create contemporary knitwear and my own handspun yarn. Nielanell knitwear is made in Shetland by craftspeople skilled in the art of machine knitting, using premium yarns. Every piece is hand-finished, in-house. My work has been shown at the Saatchi Gallery, and Decorex; in 2018 I was a design leader for V&A Dundee’s Scottish Design Relay, an inspiring programme for young people.
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Ursula Hunter - Little Axe
Edinburgh, Scotland
Ursula Bevan Hunter has an MA in Illustration from the University of Edinburgh. Specialising in hand block printing, she produces pattern design for papers and textiles. Inspired by nature, she focusses on native species, that are beginning to disappear from our landscape. For Cloth#21 Ursula produced a new print inspired by the flower and seed of the Flax plant. After weaving Linen for hundreds of years, the closure of last mill in Kirkcaldy compounded the sense of loss of this once vital industry. Ursula is interested in working on commissions for private / public spaces, healthcare, hospitality and published books.
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Fernweh UK
Aberdeen
Fernweh UK is an accessories brand in Aberdeen by Laura Sherriffs , creating handcrafted bags and accessories inspired by a sense of adventure and the Scottish wilderness. Laura uses traditional materials such as Scottish waxed canvas and leather, tying her work directly to the land. Colour palettes reflect the rich land scapes and coasts of the Highlands and North East Scotland. Fernweh create rugged, unique designs blending aesthetics with function, with a focus on sustainability. Laura strives to create a brand that reflects these values, creating designs that minimise waste, repurposing offcuts where possible and making products that last.
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Vanessa Bullick Ceramics & Textiles
East Neuk of Fife
Vanessa Bullick Textiles pieces from her studio in Cellardyke in the East Neuk of Fife. Vanessa makes coloured stoneware tableware and smoke fired pots. She also makes traditional oilskin and dry oilskin bags along with knitwear.
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Uist Wool
Grimsay, North Uist, Outer Hebrides
Uist Wool runs a spinning Mill & Wool Centre on the island of Grimsay in North Uist, part of the Outer Hebrides an island archipelago off the north west coast of Scotland. Uist Wool is based on the principles of People, Planet & Profit, seeking to benefit the many, establishing sustainable practices and creating a viable enterprise to support the communities of the Outer Hebrides.Provenance is the foundation to our story. Wool is sourced locally, and throughout the Highlands & Islands, selected with care and processed at the Mill with a high degree of quality control at every stage of production. Our pallet is based on natural un-dyed wool colours and blends spun into knitting yarns or single ply for weaving.The Mill regularly commissions independent Scottish weavers to create woven textiles that showcase the ingrained characteristics of different wool types – traditional heritage weight Harris Tweed, fine wraps & scarves in Scottish Merino, warm & durable blankets designed to keep the winter chills at bay.
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Taisir Gibreel
Scottish Borders, Scotland
Celebrating colour, culture and diversity is the Taisir Gibreel brand philosophy. The collections are tailored to all aspects of everyday life, bringing the unique and striking to the individual. Taisir’s sense of colour and pattern and her fearless approach to design lead to highly distinctive and elaborate combinations of colour and print; creating bold and abstract designs. Taisir’s collections are based on original hand drawings of rural and urban Scottish landscapes. Taisir Gibreel creates beautiful pure silk, and wool, scarves of bewitching and bold abstract design and intense colour; stunning, luxurious silk shift dresses kaftans and tops.
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Terry Macy
Somerset
For over thirty years Terry and Angelika we have created stylish, timeless clothing in their Somerset studio, using only the best ethically sourced natural fabrics. Their clothes are designed for all women, regardless of age or size, clothing that is essentially about joy and personal statement, rather than popular trends. Their autumn winter collection includes a rich tapestry of coats, jackets, tunics and dresses in heavy Irish linens, Scottish wools, cord, crushed silks and jewel coloured velvets. Clothes can be purchased directly or a bespoke service is available if required.
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Tessuti Scotland
Edinburgh
Hand dyed and hand printed fashion accessories which include a variety of styles of scarves printed on natural fabrics, silk shirts and silk covered buttons. Also commercially printed greetings cards showing my designs and hand printed limited edition wrapping paper.
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Clare Simpson Textiles
Glasgow
Clare Simpson is an embroiderer and surface designer combining a love of traditional textile techniques with the joy of colour, pattern and texture. Particularly inspired by the often-overlooked skills of domestic needlecraft, she revisits old techniques and reimagines them in new contexts, often exploring the interaction between embroidery and print. At Cloth#22 she will be selling her recently launched limited-edition range of bags, pouches and cases featuring designs from her ‘Print x Stitch’ collection. Each combines an embroidery-inspired digital print with hand or machine embroidered panels, in the vibrant colour combinations that are the signature of her work.
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Marianne Hazlewood
Carlops, Penicuk
Marianne Hazlewood is an RHS Gold award-winning botanical artist, represented by the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh. She loves colour, detail, pattern and structure, and likes to work with unusual plants. She creates original botanical watercolour paintings and pen & ink drawings and then creates limited (& non ltd) Giclee prints of these in a range of sizes from small to large. She has a range of associated greetings cards and also creates screen-prints in small limited runs. Marianne aims to “Green the Grey” and highlight the beauty and fascinating structures found in the plant world.
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Morag Macpherson Textiles
Kirkcudbrightshire
I'm a surface pattern designer with a background in graphic design and I love working on textiles. I create patterns inspired by art history, anthropology and nature. I digitally print my designs onto various natural fabrics and patchwork with repurposed, individually sourced and naturally dyed and eco-printed textiles to create unique upcycled garments such as kimono-style robes, jackets, coats and wraparound skirts. I also have a range of limited edition linen/cotton cushions and silk scarves.
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Ellen Catherine Jewellery
Edinburgh
Ellen Catherine was founded in 2018 by jeweller Catherine Nuttall. Our name takes inspiration from Catherine’s grandmother, Ellen, who loved to use her hands to bring crafts to life. Catherine creates each piece from her workshop using traditional artisan techniques with a contemporary twist. All of our pieces are designed to be worn day and night, with options to keep it simple and clean, or to stack up, layer and mix and match. We believe that everyone deserves to wear something truly special that fits effortlessly into their style, injecting a subtle hint of shine to any outfit
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Balgarvie Weaving
Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Balgarvie Weaving is the work of Textile designer Janet Hughes, who works from her home town of Cupar Fife. Educated at the Scottish college of textiles. Janet draws on her industrial textile design and manufacturing experience to offer limited edition fabric and accessories blending contemporary woven structures and traditional weaving practises. Janet enjoys the process and makes her work by hand in her studio on traditional wooden hand looms utilising industrial surplus/ waste yarn.Janet finds weaving to be a methodical and at times mindful craft and through repetition finds creativity. With the setup of her own design studio Janet enjoys the freedom of designing bold yet lightweight fabrics in her signature deflected double cloth structure, playing with colours, patterns and the natural properties of the yarns differential shrinkage to give tactile as well as visual textures to her fabrics that are accentuated whilst being worn.
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Rachel Hazell
Iona
Teacher, bookartist, and author, Rachel Hazell has been taking people on creative journeys for over twenty years. Living between the Inner Hebrides and the city of Edinburgh, brings contrasting inspirations for her limited edition bindings. Virtual retreats, online classes and in-person workshops mean you can work with The Travelling Bookbinder anywhere in the world! Rachel read English at Edinburgh University, trained in Bookbinding at the London College of Printing and completed Masters degrees in Book Art at Camberwell College of Art, and Printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art. She believes that everyone has a book inside them.
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Cushie Doo Textiles
North Queensferry, Fife.
Inga is a Printed Textile Designer based in North Queensferry, Fife. Using a Vintage colour palette, her design inspiration comes from pattern, colour, texture, nature, and the Arts & Crafts movement. She carves her unique designs from Lino blocks and then, using Eco-Friendly water-based inks, prints onto Scottish Linen fabric woven locally in Fife, which she then creates into her range of sustainable Homewares and Accessories. Inga is passionate about doing what she can to help protect the Environment. Her creative process aims to be sustainable, minimising wastage, and she uses recycled and recyclable plastic free packaging.
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Blue Cat Clothing
Edinburgh, Scotland.
I design and make a ready to wear collection of clothing in sumptuous tweed. Focusing on Coats, Jackets and Capes. Dresses, Skirts and Shorts. Baker boy caps & berets. Every garment and is individually made with quirky vintage style influence. Consideration to contrasting colour accents and luxury linings give the garments an unexpected twist. The clothing I make are bespoke and can be ready to take away or made to order. Focusing on as much zero waste as possible, using all garment remnants to make the hats and accessories.
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Paper Houses Design
Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Paper Houses Design is a textiles lifestyle brand, creating bold patterns on everyday products by Mhairi Allan. It starts with a wander, looking for inspiration often from man-made structures in the landscape. These overlooked structures are explored through media and developed into patterns. The new collection FORM looked at brutalist elements, these are often thought of as harsh and ugly but perceptions can change when forms swap textures or alter colour. All collections are made consciously, honing craft knowledge and modern technology to be sustainable. Patterns are designed to transcend seasons and products are created to be practical.
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Ailsa Lishman
West Yorkshire, England.
I’m a printed textile designer who specialises in the traditional method of screen print to create a range of contemporary prints for a range of products. Intrigued by the shapes and patterns that surround us in the everyday, I draw my inspiration from these to create graphic and abstract surface pattern prints. I enjoy experimenting with a whole variety of colour combinations, from sophisticated and subtle palettes, to bold and bright. Each one of my products is unique as they are all hand made from start to finish and no two prints are ever exactly the same.
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Pamela Whitlock - Sosumi Weaving
Wyoming, America
We consider ourselves to be a craftsmen as well as artists. We create pieces that have both the practical function of providing warmth to the wearer, as well as the aesthetic value of enhancing the beauty of everyday life. P's influences were her mother, an avid knitter, and Jack Lenor Larsen, whose wonderful fabrics covered the furniture in her childhood home. We focus on the multi-harness weaving technique called shadow weave. We employ bamboo yarn for its durability, its crisp visual effect, and its silky-soft hand.
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Dylan Bier Photography
Edinburgh
I sell mounted and unmounted photographic prints, aluminium prints and handmade greetings cards of my work. I am an Edinburgh based photographer and I sell images which I have taken from all across Scotland – from landscapes and seascapes to animals, architecture, castles and street photography. Long exposure photography is one of my favourite techniques and I love the way a camera can see the world in a different way to our own eyes. I only sell products with images which I have personally taken and we are blessed that Scotland is such a gorgeous country to photograph and capture.
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By Lisa Watson
Manchester
By Lisa Watson is an authentically British collection of quilts, cushions & more for your home . A passion for celebrating British textile heritage has led to new additions of quality textile home decor from one of a kind, handmade Harris Tweed patchwork cushions to sumptuous blankets woven from British wool and all are perfect for adding extra warmth to the bedroom or draped on a sofa to bring eye catching interest all year round. By Lisa Watson (that’s me!) collections, are handmade in Britain, will compliment any interior scheme and are a real colour tonic to counteract dreary days
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Taffled Threads
Alloa
I am a handwoven textile designer passionate about telling a story through cloth. Using natural fibres, my work consists of contemporary tartan designs and limited edition fabrics that are woven into scarves, blankets or turned into decorative and functional items. I am currently exploring the possibilities of the twill structure to create a variety of designs from the textured to the geometric block twills using a variety of wool, silk and cotton yarn
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Kathryn Hinton
Edinburgh
Kathryn uses geometric forms as inspiration to design and create her jewellery and silversmithing. The work is made using computer aided design with traditional metalworking techniques to explore surfaces and pattern. Made in her Edinburgh workshop the faceted silver pieces are combined with gemstones and engraved detail to compliment the geometric surface of the jewellery and silverware.
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Lynn Hanley
Edinburgh
My niave style paintings are cheerful and full of colour and detail. My background in textile design means that colour, pattern and detail is a constant inspiration in my paintings of Edinburgh and Leith. I produce prints and greetings cards from them and have recently branched out into developing a select range of up market giftware including textiles and tableware.
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Jenny Findlay
Edinburgh, Scotland
Texture and pattern have always held a lifelong fascination for me. Studying Textiles at Ravensbourne and then Camberwell College of Arts gave me a further opportunity for research and insight into surface design and construction of cloth. I Began to develop a wide interest in applied arts and design. However, print has been my enduring passion since graduating. Etching, Collagraph, monoprint and relief techniques and more recently a return to screen printing. I have worked in Contemporary Galleries; CCA Galleries, Cambridge. Edinburgh Printmakers, Dovecot Studios, all of which contributed to my interest and development in working with contemporary artists either through installation of exhibitions or organising events & educational programmes. This has in turn brought me full circle to return to teaching and making and designing Art Textiles.
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Al Bates
Glasgow
Al Bates is a textile designer based in Glasgow. She completed her degree in 2021 at the Edinburgh College of Art, achieving a BA Honour’s in Textiles. Her work aims to utilise various fabrics as a space for comfort and growth, in the context of the home. Her practice is rooted in an awareness and consideration of the ethical impacts of the industry, and she thrives to work sustainably to produce pieces that are zero-waste. Combining various techniques, her unique approach juxtaposes textures creates modern and distinctive pieces that are innovative, hand crafted and made with care to last.
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ompompom
Hastings
A textile designer working with lambswool, a knitting machine, a computer to design my graphics and a felted finish. I create soft textile pieces with bold colour and shapes or more subtle colourways with pops of colour. In Wearables I make simple shape jumpers, coatigans, hats and scarves. In Homewares I make cushions and hot water bottle covers. My prices range from £45 for the hats £170 for a jumper to £375 for a Coatigan I studied many years ago in Brighton but live in Hastings taking the name om pom pom because I do love to live beside the sea.
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Sandra Brown
Edinburgh
Sandra draws influences from nature and architecture. With a vast spectrum to work from, this allows Sandra to produce various bodies of work. Sandra's work comprises of black free-hand intricately decorated vessels, earthy oxide striped vessels, colourful dishes and platters, all of which will be on showing at Winter Glow. To date Sandra's practice is also varied - collaborations with a local interior designer, collaborations with two local sculptors, skills-swapping with a local textile designer/printer, teaching in adult education settings, facilitating sessions in her studio for all ages and abilities, undertakes commissioned work and exhibits her own work. 
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Heather Hancock
Peak District
Heather Hancock is a maker who creates original 2D and 3D pieces, using stitched, collaged and drawn techniques. Originally from North Yorkshire, Heather now lives on the edge of the Peak District, and finds inspiration in the wild, beautiful landscape that surrounds her. The movement of birds inspire Heather to use ink and pen to create fluid, expressive studies which are developed into mixed media pieces later in the studio.
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ACME ATELIER
Forres Moray
Acme Atelier is the studio of designer and kiltmaker Andrea Chappell, who creates bespoke, contemporary kilts that combine heritage crafts and modern design. Using a resourceful and sustainable means of making I promote traditional skills whilst exploring wider possibilities for construction techniques and textile creation. Each kilt tells a story, expressing the individuality of a person, place or event, that records memories and moments to create a modern family heirloom to pass through generations.
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Lyndsey Currie Knitted Accessories
Dundee
Lyndsey Currie Knitted Accessories creates a range of bold and colourful knitted accessories in premium quality lambswool. All products are designed and made by me in my home studio in Dundee on a hand powered knit machine. My designs are inspired by my love of brutalist architecture and pairing of bright and bold colours, and includes a range of knitted hair scrunchies, headbands, wrist-warmers, snoods and scarves. I am passionate about sustainable living and use only 100% premium lambswool, a natural, sustainable and renewable fibre.
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Jay Frazer Ceramics
Edinburgh
Edinburgh based ceramicist Jay Frazer produces wheel thrown designs to be enjoyed in the home, and a collection of contemporary ceramic jewellery. With inspiration deriving from Scottish Sea and landscapes, the works are fluid forms that achieve a balance between natural and contemporary. Jay allows for serendipity and experimentation to guide her work, often resulting in unique one off pieces. Each design is made with tactility in mind, celebrating the variety of surfaces that can be found through the process of making ceramics.
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WOVEN MEMORIES
Manchester
WOVEN MEMORIES is a textile studio based in Manchester and presents two collections made of luxurious natural fibers. Design by gina collection showcases homeware and fashion accessories with innovative patterns designed and hand-woven by Gina Nadal. Made by you collection has a range of personalised fashion accessories and homeware that reflect your story in terms of a unique design to create a truly individual product. You share a story or memory. We take your words. We then create a unique design using digital coding. You choose the colours. You choose the material. We then hand weave to your specifications.
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Susan McGill Designs
Fife
Susan McGill is a ceramic artist and designer who works from her home in Fife. Her hand painted black and white designs are influenced by family life, tradition, nostalgia and her love of the Scots language. Susan’s work is both functional and decorative and ranges from large hand built items to mugs and cups. Her non-ceramic pieces include pressed birchwood trays, Perspex Luckenbooth brooches and beautiful limited edition handmade prints
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