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Asya KozinaRead MoreFebruary 13, 2016


Over in Russia, the artist Asya Kozina has been busy making paper baroque wigs, but have you seen her Mongolian wedding costumes made from the same material?

Snowy days of winterRead MoreFebruary 13, 2016


It is a sunny Saturday morning, but at seven it was not so bright...

Origin labellingRead MoreFebruary 13, 2016

The Crafts Council newsletter this week has a link to an interesting article on origin labelling.

Missoni is coming to LondonRead MoreFebruary 13, 2016

Missoni is having its first ever UK retrospective in London at the Fashion and Textile Museum this year.

Google Cultural InstituteRead MoreFebruary 13, 2016

While scrolling through a story on the internet this week a chance phrase caught my eye; Google Cultural Institute.

New York! New York!Read MoreFebruary 6, 2016

Shetland Wool Week has just been featured in New York and apparently caused a real storm!

Weaving workshops 2016Read MoreFebruary 6, 2016

We are very happy to let you all know that we are starting our First Ever series of weaving workshops.

Indigenous CraftRead MoreFebruary 6, 2016

If you are involved in making or creating craft you will be keen to support a new initiative to promote crafts.

An animated scrollRead MoreFebruary 6, 2016


At the moment on BBC iPlayer there is a very interesting series called "The Story of China". Inextricably linked with that story is the craft of weaving.

Rita ParniczkyRead MoreJanuary 30, 2016


The textile maker, Rita Parniczky, has just won the fourth annual Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize for her X-Ray wovens.