Abbiedashery is a Skipton based home textile business specialising in a range of high quality individual machine embroidered and sewn items. Abbiedashery also produces bespoke machine embroidered items when requested after agreement / consultation with the customer throughout the design stage. Abbiedashery grew from a lifelong love of sewing and textile work into a full time job with the main ethos centred on quality and customer satisfaction.
Mounted Abstract Carvings were showcased at Craft in the Pen 2017. Each carving is hand carved and is unique in itself and is therefore not repeatable. The open frame that surrounds each carving allows the individual to appreciate the tactile nature of the carving. The carvings have been successfully exhibited at a number of at fairs throughout 2018 and 2019. Along with the framed carvings, 2021 will see the introduction of a limited range of three dimensional abstract carvings which, hopefully, will attract interest equalling that of the mounted carvings.
AD MAN SIGNS
Made from high grade stainless steel. Sculptures include large quirky birds with optical coloured lenses for eyes. Angel wings stainless steel standing seven feet tall. Mild steel group of Bats standing seven feet tall makes a great garden feature. Signs in the form of a tubular man, made from high grade stainless steel and powder coated in various stand out colours. Man holding snap frame A3 to insert customer advertising signs.
& HOT BUTTER YARNS
Just walk to the window and you can see, at first, a cluster of buildings running East along Otley street, Skipton. Just within, and on the ledge, hangs a heavily stitched, bleached blanket next to a colourful knitted garment called 'Wednesday' the colours of both pieces rest easily together as if done by one hand. But no, 'Shared Spaces' provoke contamination in the positive sense: inspiration and respect. Andrew and Jaki share their workshop space and revel in their 'cross contamination' that inspires their unique artworks.
Trained in the Visual Arts and Ceramics at Camberwell College of Art, Allison makes two distinct ranges of work: colourful painterly vessel and tiles, and ceramic jewellery, the latter often incorporating her own photographic images. Her work references landscapes, architecture and more recently her own garden, and is ultimately about the beauty that is all around us and the joy of being human.
From Bugattis to butterflies 'a little different. Creating unique and very different range of products in aluminium which last a lifetime. Add an immediate impact to the garden or home. Commissions taken and off the shelf products available from butterflies, flowers, UK maps, holly wreaths, tree decorations to bright attractive bracelets.
Having graduated with a BA in Contemporary Fine Art in 2016, Amy now creates artisanal clay works for both retail and wholesale customers. The medium is tactile and earthy and lends itself well to Amy's preferred botanical style. She enjoys experimenting with different ways to add colour and texture, and delights in creating one of a kind pieces. Amy also strives to use only environmentally friendly packaging and production methods.
Andy Selmic is an artisan furniture maker who creates beautifully unique bespoke wooden furniture and also produces a unique selection of beautifully handmade wooden products featuring a stunning range of unique individually hand cut marquetry designs. All Andy's work is handmade in Derbyshire.
Anethia works primarily in fused glass, specialising in Seascape designs. Wherever possible these are combined with her second passion ' hand painted silk, to produce totally unique decorative items. 2021 sees the introduction of a new range of fused glass titled 'Dragonfly Meadows' Dragonflies are a symbol of happiness, transformation and self-realisation. This perfectly sums up where Anethia's work is now and what better way to start the year than with new designs.
Anna is a self-taught paper-cutter with a background in Printmaking and Design. Anna's work is produced by layering several intricately cut and embossed sheets of paper to create body and depth. Anna draws inspiration from nature, usually with a focus on Birds and Woodland Animals, she builds these into deep frames to create scenes which captures the subject in its natural habitat.
Anna really enjoys making bags from tweed and likes the feel of working with tough material. Each of her bags are different and so the process is never the same. She usually picks up the material and then sees what kind of bag she wants to create from there. Once an idea is in place, she simply starts sewing. She likes to improve the quality of her bags with every new project.
Created six years ago by Belinda Wilkinson, Archie's Attic is based at The Lunesdale Arms at Tunstall, Lancashire and from here Belinda takes inspiration from the surrounding countryside and its inhabitants and creates her needle felted figures and faux taxidermy wall mountings. It is also the home of her workshops where people can come and create their own felted pieces. Each piece is made by hand, quirky and totally unique.
Pam Chilton is an artist based in Easingwold North Yorkshire. Her felt art animal paintings are created by combining both wet and needle felting techniques, using natural and dyed wool. Commissions are welcome. Pam also creates realistic needle felted animal sculptures, each unique in design and full of character. Felting workshops are available please see Pam's website for further details.
Artisam creations is about slow made, handmade accessories that explore wearable art through texture and colour. The lightweight polymer clay is a perfect medium to create easy to wear unique contemporary jewellery. Resin is used on some pieces to create a polished glossy finish.
Colin creates Terrarium's, mossariums and various plant scape's using a variety of plants and containers. His style is based on a Victorian imaginarium, often producing quirky one-off pieces.
Akhlaq has had a passion for wanting people turn to natural products rather than the harmful chemical and toxic filled products which unfortunately are being used by the majority. He sources all the best raw ingredients possible to make his products. They are handmade in small batches in North Yorkshire. His hope is for people to stay away from harmful products and get back in touch with nature, hence the name Back 2D Roots.