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September/October 2009

craft&design 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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craft&design Best Newcomer Award at BCTF

Congratulations to Charlotte Wilkinson! We'll tell you more about Charlotte and her spectacular glass in our May issue of craft&design Online!

craft&design Highly Commended Newcomer Award at BCTF


We were delighted to present our Highly Commended Newcomer Award to Rouaida Boullier ROUAIDA.COM for her highly original range of jewellery. Find out more in our May issue of craft&design Online!

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