Virtual Spring Fair 2020

23/05/2020 10:00:00

You'll find some of your favourite vendors that normally would have been with us at the Mart in Dingwall on Saturday 23rd May.  


First up is Kwirky Korner who specialise in vintage buttons and Scottish pottery (!)  You'll see from their short video that they have many many different sorts of button on offer ranging from Art Deco to the more modern types that could be used to make a picture or greetings card.  They're currently selling via video link so that you can actually look at their selection of buttons and choose which you want; they're then posted to you.  Take a look!




Bothyknits by Jackie Smith. Based in the Highlands producing hand framed knitwear using natural yarns, which aims to capture the spirit and colours of Scotland

Bothy Knits

For more information about Jackie's work, see 


Bow Fiddle Yarns will, wherever possible, vacuum pack any purchases as it means posting is easier. 

There is a discount code from Friday 22nd May 2020 to Monday 25th May 2020 which is available on both the website and the app. The code is MART and will give 15% of all purchases other than gift cards.







Baigali Designs design and hand make all cushions using a mix of quality fabrics including 100% wool from around the British Isles, velvets, damask. Each cushion is a unique combination to give texture, colour and a sense of luxury to any home.
Commissions are very welcome.







A'fiodh Tuairnear Highland Wood Turning have been based in the Loch Ness area of the highlands of Scotland for more than 10 years and in that time they have come to appreciate the diversity that they see every day in the flora and fauna.  They create wooden items from the wood that is sourced in the Highlands which is recycled wood which is good for the environment so that they can honestly say all pieces are a true "highlander".
They can be found on Facebook and on 07580465320 or at
The pieces below include two knitting bowls, a darning mushroom (requested by people who wear hand made socks and has proved very popular), pincushions covered in tartan which have a base where needles and buttons etc can be stored and last but not least one of their most popular items, the march of the penguins.
TJFrog's Facebook address is @tjfrogskye and the website
Laurence and Clive of Gongcrafts are excited to take part in the Virtual Highland Wool Fest on 23rd May.
You can browse through our website: for our Hand-Spun luxury fibre yarns, Botanically Hand-Dyed yarns, Knitting Kits and our new fun Boro Kits which include beautiful fabrics from India and Japan.
We look forward to welcoming you to Groam House Museum's Book and Craft shop as soon as restrictions are lifted.
Groam House Museum, High Street, Rosemarkie, IV10 8UF. SCIO No. SC004435
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GroamHouse
Travelling Yarns is run by sisters Freda & Tooty who have knitted from a young age. We have a large range of Jamiesons of Shetland Spindrift 100% pure wool which is mainly used for Fair isle Knitting. We also have a lovely range of sock wool - which can be used for more than socks - Tutti Frutti cotton sock wool which is gorgeous for baby garments. We also have Uist pure wool in different weights. Lots and lots of needles and other haberdashery for knitters too. Tweed & Harris Tweed project bags in various sizes. Facebook travelling yarns and Instagram west coast travellingyarns. Email
Highland Wool