The Clyde Room at the Falls of Clyde is a perfect craft venue. With beautiful views over the River Clyde all kinds of wildlife can be spotted along the banks from four elegant georgian windows, including dippers, grey wagtails and kingfishers.
Designed and created from her Orkney Island home, Fiona Lovatt has brought together a fresh, new and exciting range of classically timeless textile gifts.
Fiona designs and hand makes hats, headpieces and bridal veils to match any outfit. Using traditional couture millinery techniques a perfect fit is achieved every time. All silk, straw and feather trimmings are hand-made and can be hand-dyed.
"The world is filled with lifeless boring objects, most become a background. The vision is to create intelligent and playful projects that have a human induced transformation, that evoke personal value, open our imaginations, and make us smile." Fraser Ross
Gilleoin McClintock is a hand spinner, yarn and knitwear designer creating a unique range of yarns and garments inspired by the Scottish landscape and Scotland's traditions and culture. She uses natural fibres which are renewable.
She also provides workshops, individual tuition and demonstrations in spinning and knitting.
I am an artist producing paintings, prints, sculpture, photographs, and textiles which form the basis of exhibitions and installations.
UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Although specialising in Painting and Calligraphy, Textiles has always been of great interest.
Heartfelt at Dalmally Station is a new venue for Heartfelt by Liz.
Dalmally station is a working railway station on the Caledonian line, just 40 minutes from Oban and two hours from Glasgow. Step off the train into the former ticket office and you will now see a studio full of Liz’s creations and delightful local crafts.
Dalmally Station is a wonderful sandstone building built in 1875, now being restored it will eventually reveal the Duke of Argyll’s waiting room, which still exists.
Many of Liz’s skills involve teaching the craft of Feltmaking and Dalmally Station is the perfect setting to come and learn! A wide range of workshops are on offer. Open to the visiting public throughout the season.
A knitwear design partnership retailing the house collection through the studio in the Old Town, Edinburgh. Through the year the collection is augmented with new shapes so that after 3 to 4 years the collection is all different.