Julia Cunningham handbags, and gifts, made in Scotland
http:/// Designer Tartan, tweed and linen Handbags, Accessories and gifts designed and made in Scotland by Julia Cunningham

Email: jng.cunningham@tiscali.co.uk

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  Julia makes a range of handbags, accessories and gifts that are contemporary, quirky and fun that are often made from very traditional Scottish fabrics, tartan and tweeds.  Julia uses simple sewing techniques to produce practical good quality products that are also sculptural and exciting for you to use and wear.
 Julia lives in the Heart of the Scottish Borders where there is a great tardition of weaving tartan and Border tweeds. She makes full use of these great industries when sourcing her fabrics.  Julia loves keeping it local and living so near the Scottish Border also supports some of the Great British Manufacturers just accross it.
She loves the tradition of cloth making, the traditional and the Contemporary and hope this shows in her work through the mixing of pattern and adding texture.  Julia only purchases small quantities of fabric which keeps her products unique.
Julia uses the rich descriptive Scottish Language for names for her bags which include The Muckle Fantoosh and a wee Peerie Poak.

Handbags the range includes, shoulder bags, satchels, clutch bags, rucksacks, and across the body bags.
Scarves a fringe scarf with lots of added texture and a twist scarf with a kilt pin closeure.
Corsages and Brooches  an  amazing range or colour shape and texture.
Lavender Purses and Lavender Hearts filled with yorkshire Lavender.
Mini I pad and Kindle Pockets for both Men and Ladies
Key Rings in heart and rectangle shapes with leather for both men and women
Frumpy Fairies a fun hanging gift in tartan tweed or florals. All have manes or can be personalised.
Cannie Men  a fun wee guy in a kilt all have names or can be personalised. Some are even Real Scotsmen.
Cushions - every one unique.

Commissions welcome
Julia is happy to run courses.
Visit to workshop are welcome by appointment