Elaine Bews beautiful bags

Elaine Bews –

Summer Artfest ’16 – Saturday 18th June – Inverkeithing Civic Centre

Elaine enjoys creating bags of all shapes and sizes using quality fabrics. All the bags are unique as she selects and matches fabrics with eye-catching colours, designs and texture. She also makes lovely accessories to mix and match with her bags. Owning one of Elaine’s bags will give you as much enjoyment and pleasure as she gained making it!

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Elaine Bews will be at the Artfest ’16 Summer Art & Craft Market on Saturday 18th June, 11am-4.30pm at the Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street.

Elaine Bews – fun with bags of style

“I love designing and making bags. My aim is to make every bag individual and unique. I love selecting colourful and fun fabrics to create bags for work, fun, special occasions and for every day use too.”

Elaine Bews‘ hand-made bags are created using carefully chosen fabrics, some of which are sourced from fabric scraps and recycled clothing. All of these lovely designs would add a splash of colour and style to any outfit, and some are even reversible, making them even more flexible to wear! She also makes gorgeous accessories such as dog leads and key fobs to match and you’ll be able to ‘bagsie’ yourself a selection at our ART:JAM Art & Craft Market on Saturday 12th September 11am-4.30pm.

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Filo di Lana – cosy and colourful

Filo di Lana hand-crochets items such scarves, hats, slippers, children’s and babies wear, as well as bags and purses, all in the most delicious colours. A delight to look at and wear – with their distinctly vintage feel.

Filo di Lana will be joining us at the ART:JAM on Saturday 12th September 11am-4.30pm, so visitors can stock up on those lovely items for wearing on long Autumn walks and cosy evenings…

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Bluebell Design – A sure sign of spring!

Bluebell Designs specialises in turning textiles into exciting new items using free machine and hand embroidery, fabric paints, appliqué and patchwork. You can see and purchase the results of these fascinating techniques at the Spring Into Summer Art and Craft Market, on Saturday May 2nd, 11am-5pm.

Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA

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Items include include bags, accessories and soft jewellery, all handmade by Bluebell Designs. Many of the pieces are inspired by woodland and garden scenes.

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Filo di Lana – Bloomin’ Marvellous Crocheting!

Filo di Lana Crochet is re-joining us at Inverkeithing Civic Centre on May 2nd for the ‘Spring Into Summer’ Art and Craft Fair. Gorgeous handmade crocheted items include slippers for children and adults, scarves, hats, hair clips and slides, jute bags, placemats and dressing table mats.

Saturday May 2nd, 11am – 5pm, Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA

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Filo di Lana is also currently experimenting with making small purses and ornaments, so some might possibly be for sale on the day!

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Featuring…

Now we have the full list of artists and crafters showing and selling their work at our Arts and Crafts market on Saturday 13th December as part of our ‘Handmade Holiday’.

We’re going to feature one or two at a time on our blog, with an outline of their work and some beautiful images for you to enjoy. And so, first up is…..

“Once upon a time there was a girl named Ann who loved to doodle.  

She doodled all the time, for as long as life would allow and she still does. Not so long ago Ann decided to share her doodles, and that was when the magic started.”

(from Ann’s website)

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“I exclusively design fabric bags and accessories and hand-make each one with care. Each bag is boned, lined and comes with a handmade label inside. I have a range of shoppers, brooches and tweed keyrings. I also produce  brooch sewing kits all ready to sew at home.” Elizabeth Scott