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November/December 2012

craft&design issue 224, November/December 2012 Adele Denton, 'Rockpool' The Harrow Effect. Aneta Regel Deleu, Metamorphosis, 2011. Image Sylvain Deleu Bren Boardman, 'When the Rose is Faded'. Image Jess Morgan Joseph Harrington, Buttress II. craft&design Award Winner at 2012 British Glass Biennale. Image Stephen Brayne Laura Golborne, Milk jug & sugar bowl. Image Mike Inch 3D Printing: Rings built in resin using the stereolithography process. Image: Weston Beamor Melissa Simpson, Multi-flapover bag. Image Sussie Ahlburg Samantha Davey. Sustainable Knitted Textiles

Front Cover Feature

  • Laura Golborne, craft&design Newcomer Award Winner at BCTF 2012

Special Interview

  • Jan Lasnon talks with Kevin McCloud about the culture of making

Makers Features

  • Adele Denton, Bead Artist
  • Shauna Richardson’s Crochetdermy
  • Melissa Simpson’s Handcrafted Leatherwork
  • Amy Twigger Holroyd, Keep & Share
  • Heritage Bookbinding with John Richards
  • Samantha Davey, Sustainable Knitted Textiles
  • Bren Boardman, Textile Artist & Mentor

Craft & Design Month

  • What will you be doing in May 2013?

Makers Gallery

  • Tactile Textiles & Lovely Leather
  • A fabulous selection of work in our Christmas Makers Gallery


  • Terrific Tapestry exhibitions
  • Winter exhibitions with Glass and Lighting
  • William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelites are in London now
  • Congratulation to West Yorkshire Galleries
  • Your Guide to UK Craft Galleries & Exhibitions Courses
  • Brush up on your skills with Courses & Workshops

Guilds & Associations

  • The Guild of Enamellers announce their 2013 Bursary Award Winner
  • Oxford Craft Guild


  • 3D Printing, the future of making?
  • Looking at LinkedIn, how it can work for you


  • Christmas shows for Art, Craft & Design
  • Looking ahead to major events in 2013
  • British designer makers at Giving & Living
  • Contemporary Craft Fairs for the best in Creative Christmas Shopping
  • Looking back: The 2012 British Glass Biennale
  • Open Studios, meeting the makers & artists
  • The Directory of Craft Fair & Show Organisers
    Who organises what and how to contact them
  • Your UK guide to Craft Fairs & Shows

Show Preview

  • The Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair returns to Winchester


  • News from ceramics suppliers Potterycrafts and Potclays

There’s more...

  • Rebecca Lawley wins our Award at the GNCCF in Manchester
  • Yarns & Fibres from Outward Images and The Handweavers Studio
  • Exhibitions & Courses for Textiles enthusiasts
  • Diary of a Craftworker: Nick Ozanne is back from holiday and raring to weave!
  • The Harrow Effect, the legacy of the legendary Studio Pottery Course
  • Medallions and Awards from the Contemporary Glass Society
  • News from the makers
  • Subscriber Book Offers - there are more to win on our website too!
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Contemporary Glass Society

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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