[Back row] Catriona Duffy and Lucy McEachan of Panel, who came up with the idea for Scotland Can Make It!; [Third row] Tommy Perman, part of the group that is launching a smartphone app; Neil McGuire and Marianne Anderson, who have made the Golden Tenement keyring. [Second row] Angharad McLaren and Emlyn Firth, who have designed supporters’ scarves; Katy West has made Art Deco jelly moulds. [Front row] Beca Lipscombe is behind a set of lambswool travel rugs

The Art Deco-inspired jelly mould designed by ceramicist Katy West will be sold with an accompanying tea-towel that illustrates a variety of jelly recipes from some of the country’s leading chefs. The mould was manufactured by hand by Highland Stoneware in Lochinver, the last working pottery in Scotland, and its shape deliberately recalls the mountains of the north

Graphic designer Emlyn Firth and Angharad McLaren, a weave designer and tutor at Duncan of Jordanstone, are behind Home/Away, a pair of supporters’ scarves made in partnership with Johnston’s of Elgin. They plan to create a new fabric for sportswear accessories for the project
Beca Lipscombe, one half of Atelier EB along with Lucy McKenzie, has produced a set of three lambswool travel blankets in partnership with Begg & Co, with leather carry cases made by McRostie of Glasgow