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Gracie J

Gracie J

All Gracie J jewellery is designed and made in the Scottish Borders.

Inspired by her countryside environment and with a fluid and unstructured approach to design Jackie enjoys playing around with bits and pieces, mixing colours, textures and materials, always aiming to create something different, unique and unusual.

Inspired by the Scottish weather, Jackie uses sterling silver and leather in the creation of her Scottish Skies Collection.

http://www.graciej.co.uk








Janette Redmond

Janette Redmond

Glass at Fairlea is created in Jan's East Lothian studio.

She has been a painter and glass worker for many years but is now concentrating on glass fusing, designing both decorative and functional pieces. 

Items are created by combining in her kiln various shapes and colours of opaque and transparent glass fired at appropriate temperatures.

Whatever their purpose Jan aims to produce balanced and pleasing pieces of art. Creating glass objects is challenging but glass is beautiful and a joy to work with.

Margaret Lamb

Margaret Lamb

All Margaret's Bears are hand sewn and made from recycled materials such as wool blankets, tweeds, fur fabric and sometimes cashmere. The stuffing is hollow fibre as is used in downies.

All blanket bears have been tested and are suitable for children.

All other bears, tweed or fur fabric, have to be sold for collectors only.

All bears have birth certificates and a photo.

14 Crossland Crescent, Peebles

01721 721078

margaretsbears@tiscali.co.uk

The Crimson Coo

The Crimson Coo

Michelle Stewart creates a range of textile gifts, with Harris Tweed being her particular fabric of choice.

Her colourful range includes bags, journal covers, gadget covers and keyrings.

https://www.facebook.com/thecrimsoncoo/

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheCrimsonCoo


The Hare In Winter

The Hare In Winter

The ever changing cycle of seasons is their inspiration and muse. Breathing new life into traditional ways of creating beauty in the simplest of homewares - for instance the humble wooden spoon or the cushion for your favourite chair.

https://thehareinwinter.co.uk/