Category: Kirkcudbright

For about the last 10 years I have been making felt. The fascinating process of creating a fabric from bits of wool has grabbed me and ever since I have been experimenting with different techniques, fibres, colours and textures. Over…

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Wonderful Kitenge fabrics are my starting point, from which cushions, lampshades, bags of all shapes and sizes, picture frames, notebooks, diaries, earrings, cards and more emerge. The colours and dynamic designs entrance me….

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Having moved from the Ayrshire coast to Kirkcudbrightshire in 2017 I am enjoying exploring this lovely county, although it is quite hard to get out of the workshop as I enjoy being in it so much. Currently I am moving…

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I am an embroiderer and mixed media textile artist working with free machine embroidery, using my sewing machine as a tool for drawing. I work on a variety of different surfaces, using many layers of transparent fabrics to develop interesting…

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I am an artist, illustrator and teacher. I was born into a creative family; a jumble of artists and crafters, and was brought up with a love for the countryside, faerietales, folklore, poetry, music & art; Since moving to the…

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Pete Graduated in Architecture in Edinburgh a long time ago in 1975. Looking for a more design-intimate direction, he studied Woven Textiles and set up a Weaving Workshop in the Pentland Hills. This developed into joining the victorian Woollen Mill…

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