Who’s Here

Speaker Session

Alec Farmer

Owner, Trakke

Alec Farmer founded Trakke in 2010 while studying graphic design at the Glasgow School of Art. He spent his formative years knee deep in the skips of Glasgow finding materials he could use to experiment and develop new bag designs quickly and cheaply. He relaunched the company in 2012 with a vision to manufacture high quality products in the heart of the city using some of the finest materials manufactured in the UK. Today, Trakke manufacture their range of outdoor lifestyle products in Finnieston, selling direct through their website to customers across the globe. As each bag is handmade to order, Trakke involve the customer in the making process, creating a connection between the product and its provenance in real time. Alongside their own range, they have collaborated with brands such as Timorous Beasties, Nigel Cabourn and Jura Whisky to create bags that are functional, stylish and built to last a lifetime.

— Smart Textiles, Technical Innovation and Design Q&A, 2nd September 2016

David Mullane

Owner, W2 Store

Want to work in fashion? David Mullane is the man to meet. From setting up his own store from a converted cow shed in a lane off Byres Road to stocking the likes of Comme des Garcons and Paul Smith, the trendsetter offers a unique perspective on archives and regeneration.

— Fashioning the Future with David Mullane, Owner of W2 Store, 1st September 2016

Dr Dan Coughlan

Textiles Curator, Paisley Museum & Art Galleries

Dan Coughlan is the curator of the Paisley shawl collection.

— Paisley Pattern Collection and Heritage with Dr Dan Coughlan, 1st September 2016

Elizabeth Martin Tweed

Elizabeth Martin, womenswear designer from Scotland, carefully crafts MYB Textiles lace and Harris Tweed to create classic pieces with a contemporary twist.

Halley Stevensons

James Campbell, Halley Stevensons

Halley Stevensons are the leading manufacturers and innovators in waxed cotton and weatherproofed fabrics. All their dyeing and finishing is done under one roof in Dundee, UK. Not only supplying the best of British brands including Kerrie Aldo and Trakke, Halley Stevensons also cater to the most renowned fashion establishments worldwide. They manufacture thousands of metres of waxed fabric every year and export the unique cloth globally. Ask managing Director, James Campbell a question about the company.

— Smart Textiles, Technical Innovation and Design Q&A, 2nd September 2016

James Lang

Director, Scottish Leather Group Ltd

Director, Scottish Leather Group Limited. 6th generation Paisley leather manufacturer. Age 55. Lives in Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire. Joined the Group in 1978 and held a number of posts across the group. In addition to his group responsibilities he is currently Chairman of the UK Leather Federation, Chairman of the Scottish Textile and Leather Association, Chairman of Textiles Future Forum, member of CBI Scotland Council and Chairman of the charity P3 – Providing for People in Paisley. James is a trustee of two leather industry trusts and a Court Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers’, London.

— James Lang of Scottish Leather Group: The Story of Leather in Paisley, 2nd September 2016
— Smart Textiles, Technical Innovation and Design Q&A, 2nd September 2016

Jimmy Stephen-Cran

Programme Leader, Glasgow School of Art

Jimmy Stephen–Cran is Head of the Department of Fashion and Textiles at The Glasgow School of Art. He holds a Masters Degree in Fashion from Central Saint Martins, London and a Bachelors Degree in Textiles from Glasgow.

As well as directing undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes he also supervises PhDs in the subject area. He is an experienced External Examiner and has examined at institutions such as Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Arts. He has been an external advisor to the University of Westminster and the University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

His academic research interests include the Re-interpretation of Archive Material and the Explication of the Fashion and Textile Design Process. He has contributed to conference papers and academic journals worldwide.

In the past he designed for many distinguished brands including Chanel, Donna Karan, La Perla, Oscar de la Renta and Etro as well as an own-label dress collection for Barneys, New York. He has also undertaken consultancy and commission work for Adidas, Couverture, Pepe Jeans, and Sotheby’s, London and Sotheby’s New York.

A dress designed by Jimmy is held in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA.

— Cut, Cloth, Colour with Jimmy Stephen-Cran, 1st September 2016
— Heritage, Future & Collaboration Q&A, 1st September 2016

Ken MacDonald

Owner, Houston Kiltmakers

Owner at Houston Kiltmakers. Late Vice-Chairman of the Scottish Tartans Authority. Deacon of the Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow (Est. 1514). Director of Paisley First BIDs.

— Heritage, Future & Collaboration Q&A, 1st September 2016

Margo Graham

Margo Graham is Design Director at MYB Textiles, an internationally renowned weaver of madras and lace sheers, panels and blankets, based in Ayrshire, Scotland since 1900.

— Heritage, Future & Collaboration Q&A, 1st September 2016

Mark Hogarth

Creative Director, Harris Tweed Hebrides

Mark Hogarth is the Creative Director at Harris Tweed Hebrides. Under Mark’s direction, Harris Tweed Hebrides has won three Scottish Fashion Awards and has collaborated with Topman, Converse and A.P.C. introducing the heritage and brand to a new generation. Mark discusses the importance of provenance, process and partnerships in creating a sustainable textile brand for the 21st century.

— Harris Tweed with a little bit of Hogarthism with Harris Tweed Hebrides Creative Director, Mark Hogarth, 2nd September 2016

Penny Martin

Editor in Chief, The Gentlewoman Magazine

Born in Glasgow and raised in St. Andrews, Penny Martin is a writer and editor. Since 2010, she has been editor in chief of the biannual women’s magazine The Gentlewoman. Previously, she was editor in chief of SHOWstudio.com from 2001 to 2008 and a curator at the Women’s Library (formerly The Fawcett Library) and The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television (now National Media Museum). She is a contributor to magazines including Fantastic Man and The New York Times, has curated exhibitions at galleries and museums including The Photographers’ Gallery and Somerset House in London, and is on the development committee of the arts organization Studio Voltaire.

— The Gentlewoman and I: the making of a women’s magazine, 31st August 2016

Sara Robertson and Sarah Taylor

Sara Robertson, Course Director Textile Design, DJCAD, University of Dundee and Sarah Taylor Research Fellow, School of Arts and Creative Industries Edinburgh Napier University

Robertson and Taylor have been working in collaboration since 2014 pooling their expertise in the area of smart textiles through constructed textiles, optical fibre and printed textiles, smart materials.  They have worked on Digital Lace which is a re-interpretation of heritage lace and exploits and amalgamates responsive technologies, such as, smart and light emitting materials with digital control.    Digital Lace won the Design Jury award for Fibre Arts at the International Symposium of Wearable Computers, Seattle, 2014 and was exhibited at the EMP Museum and Microsoft – Studio 99 and since was exhibited as part of the first V&A Museum of Design, Dundee, Design in Motion exhibition, 2015.  A record of Digital Lace is now on show as a film in the new Fashion and Style gallery at the National Museum of Scotland.   Robertson and Taylor continue their collaboration through an exciting new project with MYB textiles.  Come along to ask any questions and see samples come to life.

 

— Smart Textiles, Technical Innovation and Design Q&A, 2nd September 2016

Workshop

MAKLab

MAKLab is a network of creative spaces providing the resources and equipment for you to develop ideas and make them reality.

Misty Concepts

Misty Concepts is based in Paisley, creating unique and quirky origami products.

Siobhan MacKenzie

Owner, Siobhan MacKenzie Kilts

Siobhan Mackenzie is a multi-award winning authentic Scottish Fashion Designer specialises in Contemporary Kilts. Recently awarded ‘Best New Scottish Designer 2016’ Siobhan’s signature style reinvigorates the kilt into a modern era using innovation within design & manufacture. Siobhan graduated in 2014 with a 1st Class BA Honours Degree in Fashion Design & Production and was trained by Scotland’s Master Kilt-Maker whilst still a student. Her graduate collection of contemporary kilts were inspired by her Highland roots and Clan Mackenzie heritage which led to starting her own company five days after graduating. Championing a Made in Scotland ethos Siobhan sells her innovative brand internationally- showing the rest of the world the craftsmanship and skill we have right here in Scotland.’

SR:D Exhibition

Art with Heart

‘Art with Heart ’, based in Paisley, offers a wide range of hand illustrated personalised framed prints and gifts. Launched by creative graphic designer Lorna Williams,‘Art with Heart ’ illustrates and captures special moments and memories for people to treasure…or just something they simply love to look at and have in their homes.

Lorna has a wealth of experience in the art & design industry and has a passion for design, typography and illustration, she set out to create a range of contemporary, original artwork that is both unique and meaningful. Framed prints and gifts can be purchased as seen, or personalised to customers specifications with choice of words, colours, themes and embellishments…the perfect gift for any occasion!

‘Art with Heart ’ latest design is based on the world famous Paisley Pattern. A play on the well known term ‘Paisley Buddies’, the designs incorporate the Paisley Pattern showcasing the traditional textile design in contemporary artwork. The original and unique illustrations depict colourful birds with each element created from original Paisley designs. The wooden frames incorporate laser cut embellishments representing the traditional pattern. Look out for the ‘Paisley Burdies’ flying around the InCube shop in Paisley!

Lorna takes great pride in her work which is reflected in the repeat customers who buy from her for every occasion possible. ‘Art with Heart is constantly praised on high quality of design, friendly service and beautifully finished products. Only using wooden frames and paper stock sourced from sustainable forrest suppliers and digital prints using environmentally friendly, chemical free inks, care and consideration is give to both customer and the environment.

 

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Barbra Kolasinski

Barbra Kolasinksi creates accessories and outerwear for women with faux fur textiles. Using a blend of innovative and traditional techniques, she creates faux fur fabrics which are then transformed into scarves, bags and belts alongside several styles of coats.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Birds of Prayers

Birds of Prayers is a contemporary brand with an aspiration of full transparency and aiming to be as sustainable as possible. With small limited ranges made in quality fabrics, one size fits many playing on volume and versatility of the garment with a minimalist cut.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Harris Tweed Hebrides

Harris Tweed Hebrides is the major producer of Harris Tweed. The ‘Clo Mor’ is the only fabric in the world governed by its own Act of Parliament.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Karen Hanvidge Ceramics

Karen Hanvidge Ceramics creates colourful and abstract ceramics which are both decorative and functional. Each piece is handcrated with individual shapes making every design unique. Karen, a former Glasgow School of Art graduate, draws inspiration from shape, pattern & colour, with attention to local history and nature. The renowned Paisley pattern has featured in her most recent pieces, reflecting the rich heritage and culture Paisley has to offer.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

KCD

KCD designs handcrafted jewellery and homeware shaped from quality materials to create something truly unique. The KCD signature handrawn style adds a stylish distinction to our range of products which focus on the fusion of traditional and unusual materials. Our staple style involves Harris Tweed, wood and eco friendly fabric and KCD is always experimenting with new techniques and materials to ensure products are at the forefront of being innovative, yet classic. Established in 2010 in Glasgow, KCD has grown to become a desirable jewellery and homeware brand providing stunning pieces for you and your home, all handmade in Scotland.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Kerrie Aldo

Kerrie Aldo

Kerrie Alexander is a fashion designer and the founder of KerrieALDO, an independent brand specializing in coats and jackets, which are all handmade in Scotland. Kerrie designs and manufactures ready-to-wear, bespoke and one off coat designs in Dundee with a focus on quality handpicked fabrics, including many paisley print linings, expert craftsmanship and a unique attention to detail.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

McRostie's of Glasgow Ltd

McRostie

McRostie designs and handcrafts artisanal leather accessories in Scotland using the traditional saddlery craftsmanship and the same exacting standards that their workshop has maintained since 1887.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Misty Concepts

Misty Concepts is based in Paisley, creating unique and quirky origami products. Specialising in handmade origami paper light fixtures, the range extends from hanging pendants to string lights, all designed and created by designer, Mel Watt. Mel has always had a passion for art and design and was fascinated by the beauty of creating something so unique out of simply paper. After alot of experimenting, Misty Concepts was launched. Other smaller, origami themed gift items can also be found in the Misty Concepts range including cards and frames. Misty Concepts prides itself on catering to the individual needs of each customer and custom orders are welcomed to suit your special requirements.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Natasha Marshall

Owner, Natasha Marshall

Natasha Marshall is seen one of the UK’s foremost young design talents. Trained as a Textile designer at Glasgow School Of Art Natasha set up her business in 1997. Natasha’s passion for design and innovative use of pattern and colour is expressed in her fabric and wallpaper collections that are sold worldwide.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

New Bedford

With outerwear as a core product, New Bedford focuses on combing tactile, artisan processes, such as screen printing and hand dyeing, with heavy textiles and industrialised manufacturing processes.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Others Are

Others Are creates contemporary jewels from sustainable and ethically sourced materials. Designs are produced by designer and maker Kirsty McQueen and are inspired by the fantastical Scottish Landscape and culture, history and folklore that grew from within it. The designs desire to inspire confidence and empower the wearer.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Pea Cooper Millinery

Pea Cooper is a Scottish born and based Milliner. As one of the very few fully trained Milliners in Scotland, Pea’s hats are in demand the world over. Pea’s ‘Quirky but Wearable’ hats reflect her own penchant for vintage style. She describes her work as a combination of traditional craft, sculpture and engineering

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

RACHEL MCMILLAN

RACHEL MCMILLAN is a womenswear brand creating signature bespoke prints on contemporary, easy to wear silhouettes. The brands vision is to make contemporary, ethical fashion accessible to everyone.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Scottish Leather Group

Scottish Leather Group

Scottish Leather Group’s specialist leathers are produced for a wide range of industries: automotive, furniture, marine, aviation, shoe and leather goods. A range of vehicles will be on display whose interiors is kitted out in the leathers.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Silk Self

We are shifting away from high fashion to a style of dressing that is all about self-expression and the ‘curated self’. Silk Self produce digital textile designs that champion this notion. Designs encourage personal style and allow expression through clothing. Inspired by eclectic cubist portrait work, Silk Self create their own twist on streetwear by producing fashion prints personified into garments and accessories. Patterns come in the form of facial features, quick brush strokes and expressive motifs, creating a ‘sprung from life’, impulsive approach to design. The playfully scattered energy in the designs represent streetwear’s ever evolving and non-conforming nature. Items are 100% silk and 100% unique, choose right, choose you.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Siobhan MacKenzie

Siobhan Mackenzie is a multi-award winning authentic Scottish Fashion Designer specialises in Contemporary Kilts. Recently awarded ‘Best New Scottish Designer 2016’ Siobhan’s signature style reinvigorates the kilt into a modern era using innovation within design & manufacture. Siobhan graduated in 2014 with a 1st Class BA Honours Degree in Fashion Design & Production and was trained by Scotland’s Master Kilt-Maker whilst still a student. Her graduate collection of contemporary kilts were inspired by her Highland roots and Clan Mackenzie heritage which led to starting her own company five days after graduating. Championing a Made in Scotland ethos Siobhan sells her innovative brand internationally- showing the rest of the world the craftsmanship and skill we have right here in Scotland.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Sleekit

Sleekit is a fashion accessory brand creating all their textiles in-house. Each print is illustrated using pen and ink techniques and their scarves are hand finished. Focusing on silk scarves Sleekit have produced an eight piece collection called ‘Species’ an illustrative, narrative including frogs, wasps and flamingos.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Tout Petit

Tout Petit is a luxury knitwear brand specialising in hand made children’s wear and luxury gifts.

Using only the softest yarns, such as 100% merino wool, the range features unique colours, patterns and embroideries, with a tailor made service to your requirements.  The current collection includes baby blankets, cushions, cardigans, jumpers and accessories.

I set up the label after being unable to find good quality baby blankets in bold and fun colours for my daughters. With a background in fashion (10 years in production at a London fashion house and three years as creative director of a fashion forecasting company, working with the likes of Selfridges and Mango), I returned to my hometown in Scotland and decided to start producing the collection from my home in Renfrewshire.

When my daughters were born I searched everywhere for high quality baby blankets that weren’t in the usual generic pink and blue.  I wanted something that would be cosy, wash well and stand the test of the time and I really felt there was a gap in the market.  With my experience, it made sense to set up the label and I’m delighted that it’s already grown into a full range. Response from clients so far has been amazing.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Trakke

Alec Farmer founded Trakke in 2010 while studying graphic design at the Glasgow School of Art. He spent his formative years knee deep in the skips of Glasgow finding materials he could use to experiment and develop new bag designs quickly and cheaply. He relaunched the company in 2012 with a vision to manufacture high quality products in the heart of the city using some of the finest materials manufactured in the UK.
Today, Trakke manufacture their range of outdoor lifestyle products in Finnieston, selling direct through their website to customers across the globe. As each bag is handmade to order, Trakke involve the customer in the making process, creating a connection between the product and its provenance in real time. Alongside their own range, they have collaborated with brands such as Timorous Beasties, Nigel Cabourn and Jura Whisky to create bags that are functional, stylish and built to last a lifetime.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Vonne Alley

Vonne Alley creates unique gemstone jewellery, proudly bringing the beauty of natural gemstone elements into beautifully handmade pieces.  We pride ourselves on offering a bespoke, made to measure service as standard, providing you with jewellery that has an extra personal touch, with a friendly and efficient service. Working with a range of metals and gemstones from Quartz to Sapphire, our customers are always priority, meaning that your feedback is constantly influencing our work. 3DNA Designs is also available to take requests for those special days, including wedding and bridesmaid jewellery to bring your vision to life.

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016

Blogger Event

— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 31st August 2016
— Blogger Preview, 31st August 2016
— Bloggers Paisley Collections Tour, 31st August 2016
— The Gentlewoman and I: the making of a women’s magazine, 31st August 2016
— Private Paisley Collections Tour, 31st August 2016
— Opening Night Dinner, 31st August 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 1st September 2016
— 3DNA Jewellery Making Workshops, 1st September 2016
— Fashioning the Future with David Mullane, Owner of W2 Store, 1st September 2016
— Origami Workshop with Misty Concepts, 1st September 2016
— M&Co, 1st September 2016
— Air Clay Workshop with Karen Hanvidge, 1st September 2016
— Paisley Pattern Collection and Heritage with Dr Dan Coughlan, 1st September 2016
— Origami with Misty Concepts, 1st September 2016
— Cut, Cloth, Colour with Jimmy Stephen-Cran, 1st September 2016
— Heritage, Future & Collaboration Q&A, 1st September 2016
— Ken MacDonald owner at Houston Kiltmakers, 1st September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 2nd September 2016
— Corsage Making Workshop with Siobhan Mackenzie, 2nd September 2016
— Harris Tweed with a little bit of Hogarthism with Harris Tweed Hebrides Creative Director, Mark Hogarth, 2nd September 2016
— Paisley Birdies Painting Workshops, 2nd September 2016
— James Lang of Scottish Leather Group: The Story of Leather in Paisley, 2nd September 2016
— Corsage making with Siobhan Mackenzie, 2nd September 2016
— More than Words Painting Workshop, 2nd September 2016
— Smart Textiles, Technical Innovation and Design Q&A, 2nd September 2016
— Scotland Re:Designed Curated Exhibition, 3rd September 2016
— Paisley Thread Mill Embroidery Workshop, 3rd September 2016
— Corsage Making Workshop with Siobhan MacKenzie, 3rd September 2016
— Tout Petit Yarn Storming Public Workshop, 3rd September 2016
— Origami Workshop with Misty Concepts, 3rd September 2016