Looking for an adorable and fun gift for family or friends? aisydaisy create funky fabric gifts using felt, cotton, ribbons, buttons and beads. From gingerbread houses to key rings; baby bibs to bunting; tooth fairy houses to toadstools; all their items are individually made and the decorative embroidery is all hand sewn. Items can also be tailored to your specifications.
We’re delighted to say that Bonnie Crichton and Sarah Baker – that pair of ‘self taught North Queensferry craftisans’, will be joining Inverkeithing Arts Initiative at the Festive Makers Market, Saturday 12th December 2015, 11AM – 4.30PM, Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA.
The jute bags which Yellowboots use as their base are made from jute fibre which is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmentally friendly.
“We source these from a company called Gojute who are an ethical producer of jute bags. They are manufactured in India which conforms to Fairtrade standards.
We then decorate and customise these bags ourselves by hand to create themed, fun, designer bags. All the bags are resuable ‘bags for life’ alternative to plastic throwaway bags. This includes lunch bags, gift bags, shopping bags etc.
The designs are created using ribbon, buttons, and fabrics including anything from felt to harris tweed. All the decoration (cut, stitched, glued!) is done ourselves by hand.”
These jute bags have the appeal of being incredibly useful, environmentally friendly, and just darned lovely to use!
Yellowboots will be joining as at the ART:JAM on Saturday 12th September 11am-4.30pm.
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…
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
Items include include bags, accessories and soft jewellery, all handmade by Bluebell Designs. Many of the pieces are inspired by woodland and garden scenes.
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
Filo di Lana is also currently experimenting with making small purses and ornaments, so some might possibly be for sale on the day!
The Heartfelt Tree is a small company which specialises in creating gorgeous handmade gifts and decorations using materials such as felt, printed fabric, buttons and beads.
Visit The Heartfelt Tree
“I make handmade jewellery, gifts and crafts – unique and individual items for women, men, children, and for the home, all made with love in the coastal village of Charlestown.”
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