With over 10 years in museum education, experimental archaeology and living history Jennifer has a passion for heritage craft.
A Masters of Fine art and undergraduate training includes traditional blacksmithing and metal casting including bronze age bronze casting.
Additional post graduate studies in Experimental Archaeology.
Fairy Spindles was created out of a vacuum in the living history sector in Scotland to address the heritage of Scottish hand spinning and textile production.
Workshops, site demonstrations and supplies including full spindle kits are available to museums, living history centres, education facilities and anyone who would like to learn this amazing craft.
£2 million in public liability insurance and enhanced disclosure checks.
Jennifer is the Snìomhadair aig Ceann-cinnidh Clann Urchardainn (Spinner to the Chief of the Clan Urquhart)
Master of Fine Arts MFA
Loving the work that I do every day
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