ARTS and crafts is back in fashion.

And next week there's a chance to pick up a few treasures - as well as Christmas gifts - at a new pop-up Makers Market.

Around 25 weavers, knitters, bakers, glass-smiths, jewellers, authors, woodworkers and artists will descend on the Borders Textiles Towerhouse and Heart of Hawick buildings next weekend.

On both Friday and Saturday, November 8 & 9, stalls selling the likes of bespoke stained and engraved glass, leatherwork, textiles, scarves, greetings cards, jewellery, wall-hangings, and feltwork will be spread around the historic town-centre building.

As well as picking up a few bargains, there's the opportunity to meet the makers.

Promoter Sophy Delavigne said: "We’re delighted to be supporting some of our finest local craft makers at the new Live Borders Maker's Market at Heart of Hawick.

"The market is an extension of the ethos of the shop at the Towerhouse which sells wooden items, ceramics, cashmere and textiles.

"This unique shopping experience offers an opportunity to meet the makers and shop for beautifully crafted handmade produce made in the Borders.

"The produce on offer would make for fantastic Christmas gifts.”

The makers who will be at the market are Laura Brittain - Felt, Rachel Collins - Glass and Scarves, Angela Common - Ropecraft and engraved glassware, Kerry Corbett - Hand-knitting, Pat Douglas - French Linen, Interior Accessories, Janis Embleton - Handwoven textiles, James Harper - Pewter giftware, Amanda Hamilton - Original Art, Print, Painted Gifts, Joanne Hanson - Cakes and cookies, Helen Kennaway Cashmere - Handknitted cashmere for adults, children and babies, Eta Ingham Lawrie - Freeform woven wall-hangings, weaving kits, Mary Mccoll - Jewellery, Shirley Mckay - Christmas crafts, Emma Mclelland - Upcycled textiles, Emily Metcalfe - Stained glass, Danielle Ray - Leatherwork, Olive Rowell - Print, dye, and stitch textiles, Margaret Skea - Books, Cindy Stirrat - Kitsplus textiles, Jane Taylor - Braw buckets, Susan Thomson - Wet feltwork, Anne White - Original paintings, prints, and cards, Karen Wake- Reclaimed wood, Skill Academy - Textiles and Dorothy Stewart - Handwoven silk scarves.

Whilst at the Makers Market, shoppers can also visit ‘The Wonders of Wool’ exhibition, which runs until December 7, featuring the landscape, flora, and fauna of Scotland in vibrant feltworks and other wool felt creations.

Artist, Ann Smith will be at the Borders Textiles Tower on both days of the Makers Market to discuss her artwork and demonstrate different felting techniques.

The pop-up Makers Market will run from 10am to 4pm next Friday and Saturday at Heart of Hawick and Borders Textile Towerhouse.