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March/April 2015

craft&design issue 238, March/April 2015The Knitted Chair by Jane Crisp page 6Curlews in flight Michael Lythgoe page 10The Largo Bay Tea Party by Alan Faulds page 16Angel Bill Trading Co page 26Woodland bracelet by Xuelle Arnold page 40Blue and gold bowl, Alison Simpson page 66

Front Cover Feature

  • Jane Crisp, Bespoke Furniture Maker

British Craft Trade Fair Preview

  • It only happens once a year, the most stylish trade fair there is, all Made in Britain

Designer Makers

  • Michael Lythgoe, winner of our Award at MADE Brighton 2014
  • The colourful carved world of Alan Faulds
  • Kate Toms: Something Old, Something New
  • Xuella Arnold, jewellery with a personal story and a fantasy element too
  • MAster Yuri Karpov, Golden Hands furniture, resoration and marquetry
  • Hilke MacIntyre, The Magic is in the Mixture
  • Alison Simpson, Papermaker and Sculptor
  • Spirit of the Earth: Kim Major-George, Printmaker

Makers Gallery

  • Makers who Recycle, Reclaim and Reuse to create some extraordinary pieces
  • Colourful and creative: polymer and metal clay jewellery
  • Traditional and contemporary ceramics, sculpture, glass, jewellery and silverware

Courses & Workshops

  • Working with PMC - it can be addictive!
  • Ceramics with the experts in England and France
  • Thinking about improving your skills? Be creative with your ambition
  • Candle making online and in France
  • Make Mosaics, it's good for the soul!
  • Directory of Craft Courses & Workshops: who, what, where...
  • And here's the 'when' !

Galleries

  • The Closet Craftsman and Rising Stars
  • The bright new Timothy Hawkins Gallery Two Yorkshire artists together at The Arc Gallery
  • Visit a Gallery near you for the best in craft and design

Guilds & Associations

  • 'Ripples', The Contemporary Glass Society in York

Business

  • Top Ten Tips for a Career in Ceramics from Peter Beard at Ceramic Art London
  • Pete prepares you for selling at shows

Events

  • The International Festival of Glass with the British Glass Biennale exhibition
  • Textiles and Handicrafts home and abroad
  • Show Case: highlighting forthcoming events
  • Select 2015: Spring and Autumn
  • Our diary of Craft Events and Shows around the UK during March and April

Craft Supplies

  • Suppliers of materials, equipment and services for artists and designer makers

Books

  • Designer British Silver, a truly sumptuous book - and we have a copy to give away!

There's more...

  • Remembering Richard Godfrey, Potter Extraordinaire
  • Diary of a Craftmaker - a warm welcome to this year's writer, jewellery designer maker Becca Williams
  • Edward Wild's fine furniture
  • British Ceramics Biennial call for applications Textile Treasures and Sculpture for Sea Change
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Potclays

craft&design Best Newcomer Award at BCTF

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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

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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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