Did you know?
West Kilbride in North Ayrshire is
Scotland's Craft Town.
From jewellery to glassblowing, textiles to pottery, Scotland’s thriving arts and crafts industry produces a fantastic range of authentic products, with many artisans using traditional methods. Visit Scotland’s many workshops and studios for a chance to see how they are made, and perhaps even have a go yourself.
Discover why materials produced in Scotland have been embraced by leading fashion houses including Pringle, Chanel, Dior and Vivienne Westwood!
Visit the Outer Hebrides and one of the Harris Tweed mills on Lewis to learn about the making of this world-renowned luxury textile.
Head to Shetland, home to skilful weavers who produce woollen jumpers with the distinctive Fair Isle pattern.
Johnston's of Elgin mill on the Moray coast is the only one in Scotland that still tranforms raw fibre to beautifully finished cashmere on site.
Explore this former jute mill in Dundee where you can learn about the rise and fall of the jute industry.
Located at the top on Edinburgh's Royal Mile, you can find your clan tartan, the different patterns or setts and even create your very own design!