Common Thread at the Bonhoga Gallery offers a fascinating interpretation of Shetland by textile artist Jen Deschenes.
A silver wheat field is one the works in a 20th anniversary exhibition at the Bonhoga Gallery on Shetland.
India Street Part 1 explores the social and economic relationship between Scotland, India and Turkey Red fabrics.
In Fine Style at the Queen’s Gallery provides a fascinating insight into the luxurious clothing and accessories of the Tudor and Stuart periods.
Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional in London showcases designer makers paired with luxury British brands.
Modern Languages brings together five international artists and designers who have been invited to explore Ireland’s indigenous crafts.
For the 2013 Edinburgh Art Festival Dovecot is hosting a triptych of exhibitions celebrating weaving and wool.
Lace craft in Scotland and its place in contemporary fashion and art is explored in an exhibition at the Dick Institute in Kilmarnock.
Donna Wilson and her world of appealing knitted creatures celebrate her 10th anniversary.
Deceptively named after a large trough used by herring gutters, Farlin is an exhibition of collaborative new work by sixteen makers and makars from Fife and Shetland.