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Issue 205

September/October 2009

craft&design Magazine issue 205, September/October 2009  Daniel Kavanagh's award winning bronze & clay  Naive Textile Art looks good enough to eat!  Sue Lowday's �Round Capsule' leather bag  Gill Mallet celebrates 30 years as a jeweller  Penny Withers' Freeform Ceramics  Brian Young, Yungi textiles  Christine Witham's textile art  Silk painting with Great Art The Heritage Crafts Association Mosaics by Emma Biggs & Matthew Collings

craft&design Selected Awards 2009

  • We’re really thrilled to announce our 2009 Gold and Silver Award Winners.

Front Cover Feature

  • Bronze & clay by Daniel Kavanagh: craft&design Newcomer Award Winner at bctf

Regular Pages

  • Naive Textile Art, craft&design Highly Commended Newcomer Award at bctf 2009
  • Sue Lowday, Contemporary Leather and Metal
  • Jeweller Gill Mallet celebrates her 30th year as ‘Gillery’
  • Collaborations: Penny Withers & Neil Woodall are ‘White’ in Sheffield
  • Glover & Smith talk about their pewter-led Journey into Craft
  • What’s Hot, our pick of new products at New Designers 2009
  • The Heritage Crafts Association is carrying a torch for Britain’s traditional craft skills
  • The Five Sisters and Two Artists: Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings, mosaic artworks in York
  • Glass blower Ed Burke’s Diary of a Craftworker
  • Enameller Rachel Gogerly has the Last Word


  • Makers Gallery featuring designer makers working in a wide range of disciplines
  • Glass and Ceramics are Coming up soon
  • iapetus gallery, the story so far...
  • Making & Mending... and Celebrating too
  • Our 2009 Guide to UK Craft Galleries, visit your local Gallery and support British Crafts Diary dates for UK Gallery Exhibitions


  • Janie Lashford’s School of Millinery
  • Learn a new craft, take a creative break - our readers get 20% discount at Farncombe

Textiles & Needlecrafts

  • The Textiles Makers Gallery
  • Brian Young is Yungi - pronounced young-guy!
  • Everyone’s Swishing and Upcycling
  • Textile Artist Christine Witham turns a Black Jacket into a Work of Art
  • It’s time to get creative with Textiles...
  • ...there’s lots to inspire you!


  • The Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair Preview - a tempting taste of what’s to come
  • Two weeks at Origin & Goldsmiths, online at Design Edge, plus the Hyde End and Essex shows
  • Showcasing forthcoming events, including Brighton’s MADE09 & Farnham’s Festival of Crafts
  • Where&When: your Guide to Craft Fairs in September and October
  • David & Louise Salsbury, Award Winners at this year’s Potfest in the Pens
  • Open Studios & Art Trails

The craft&design Business

  • Ten Low or No Cost Marketing Tips for Makers


  • News from Glass & Ceramics Suppliers

Guilds & Associations

  • The Eastern Region Textiles Forum is taking textiles forward
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