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    Spring Fair 2020

    The Highland Wool & Textiles Spring Fair is being held on Saturday May 23rd 2020 at Dingwall Mart. Watch here for more information or sign up to our latest news by email.

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    Spring Fair 2020

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    De-Stash

    We are holding a De-stash day on Saturday 28th September at the Baptist Church in Dingwall. The event will start at 10.00 am and finish at 1 pm.

    Entry is £3.00 which includes a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits.

    These events have proved highly popular in the past as it gives people the opportunity to sell their extra and unwanted craft supplies to other crafters who may find just what they are looking for. Not to mention to make room for those new projects you will be pl... more

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    Autumn Fair

    The Autumn Highland Wool & Textiles Festival will be taking place on Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the Strathpeffer Community Centre between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.

    The event will bring together craftspeople from the fields of wool and textiles; people who are passionate about what they do.  So if you're passionate like us, put the date in your diary and come along!

    We'll be showing yarns, tweeds, haberdashery as well as beautiful finished products.  You'... more

    Autumn Fair

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    Meditation Stitching Workshop

    We're delighted to be running two workshops - one in the morning and one in the afternoon.  Spaces are limited for these so be sure to book up early to avoid disappointment!  The morning workshop will run from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and the afternoon workshop will run from 1 pm to 3 pm.

    Morning workshop – Meditation Stitching

    Michelle, describes herself as a self-taught “jack of all trades”.  She’s interested in natural dyeing, hand stitchi... more

    Meditation Stitching Workshop

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    Worry Dolls Workshop

    Afternoon workshop – Worry dolls

    Sally has never considered herself to have any real sewing skills but one day one of her friends bought her a book on cloth doll making by an American artist called Patti Medaris Culea. The pictures were like nothing she’d seen before, and this inspired her to have a go. Since then, she’s never looked back!

    She’s been making dolls for about fifteen years and is completely self-taught (although she remembers a few basic s... more

    Worry Dolls Workshop

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