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September/October 2015

craft&design issue 241, September/October 2015Moyra Stewart page 6Naomi Nevill page 14Nancy Sutcliffe page 22Graham Anderton page 30Carol Colman page 38Keith Newstead page 46

Front Cover Feature

  • Moyra Stewart, craft&design Selected Maker of the Year 2015 and Gold Award for Ceramics

Selected Maker Gold Awards 2015

  • Jewellery & Precious Metals: Naomi Nevill
  • Glass: Nancy Sutcliffe
  • Wood & Metal: Graham Anderton
  • Textiles & Needlecrafts: Carol Coleman
  • Specialist Media: Keith Newstead

Silver Awards

  • Ceramics: Angela Mellor and Katharina Klug
  • Jewellery & Precious Metals: Mark Nuell and Lydia Niziblian
  • Glass: Michael James Hunter and Haley Haddow
  • Wood & Metal: Siân Elizabeth Evans and Geoff King
  • Textiles & Needlecrafts: Angie Parker and Corrine Young
  • Specialist Media: Lise Bech and Julie Vernon


  • Ceramics: Jill Ford, Alex McCarthy and Pat Southwood
  • Jewellery & Precious Metals: Anna K Baldwin, Claire Troughton and Cathy Timbrell
  • Glass: Melissa Nicholls, Steve Robinson and Linda Banks
  • Wood & Metal: Lee Sinclair, Jane Cummins and Timothy Hawkins
  • Textiles & Needlecrafts: Theo Wright, Bev Harris and Alice Fox
  • Specialist Media: Carol Blackburn, Kate Rattray and Phil Davidson

Makers Gallery

  • A stunning show case of hand crafted work
  • Galleries
  • Pyramid Gallery in York celebrates 21 Years
  • Visit a Craft Galleries near you!
  • Gallery Spotlight - York Art Gallery and CoCA


  • Get creative, Courses & Workshops coming up soon

Guilds & Associations

  • What can Guild membership do for you?
  • Our Directory of Craft Guilds and Associations
  • Then and Now... the Designer Jewellers Group


  • Tips from Naomi Symmonds, Artist in Residence at UCA, on making the most of your award
  • Pete on 'Focus and the myth of multi tasking'


  • Handmade at Kew, the new, not-to-be-missed international craft fair
  • SIT Select, headlining in the Cotswolds
  • Show Case: London and Manchester
  • Ceramics in the cities, London and York
  • The 2016 British Ceramics Biennial
  • Putting the spotlight on Ceramics
  • Events news direct from the organisers
  • Catching up after Craft & Design Month 2015
  • A couple of months of Craft Fairs & Shows

Craft Supplies

  • Where to buy your materials and equipment

There's more...

  • Beatrice Wall, winner of the craft&design Associate Prize at New Designers 2015: Part 1
  • Our six 'Ones to Watch' at New Designers
  • A special commission for Wayne Hart, our Selected Maker of the Year 2013
  • Catching up with our Diary writer, jeweller and silversmith, Becca Williams
  • Glass: artists, courses, exhibitions and fairs
  • Jewellery & Jewellers, news & announcements
  • Potclays, sponsorship in Staffordshire
  • News, with Prizes at Potfest
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