Unique, quirky and handmade fused glass gifts all made with love in the Crafty Burd studio located in Hill of Fearn near Tain in the Scottish Highlands.
Have a browse through the selection of gifts, homeware and wall art available on the website or come and visit Crafty Burd at one of the local craft fairs (see the Events page for information on where I will be next) or if you cannot find exactly what you are looking for why not commission a piece!
Crafty Burd is always adding new items so please come back and visit the website soon.
There are many forms of glass art. Fusing is one of them and dates back to ancient times. The Egyptians are thought to have developed the technique around 2000 BC.
Little is known of crochet early history.
It seems likely that the earliest crochet was made using fingers, rather than the hook used today.
The word Macrame is derived from the Arabic miqramah believed to mean “striped towel”, “ornamental fringe” or “embroidered veil”.