Filo di Lana –
Summer Artfest ’16 – Saturday 18th June – Inverkeithing Civic Centre
A local crafter, Filo di Lana crochets the most lovely accessories with a vintage feel such as slippers and berets, as well as delightful home wares, and now cute rag dollies as well! Using lovely coloured yarns for all items, and thoughtfully finishing items with lovely touches such as pretty buttons and fabric linings. Clothing and accessories can be ordered to the correct size.
Filo di Lana will be at the Artfest ’16 Summer Art & Craft Market on Saturday 18th June from 11am-4.30pm at the Inverkeithing Civic Centre Main Hall
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!
Next in our line-up – scrumptious knitted items hand crafted by Black Rock Textiles. Appearing at the Spring Into Summer Art & Craft Fair, Saturday 2nd May 11am-5pm, Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA
“We specialise in knitted home accessories and some for people too! Designed and made in Scotland we offer unique designs and a made-to-order service. Made using Scottish yarns and locally sourced fabrics.” Black Rock Textiles
From the website: “Working from our studio, we take inspiration from the small pleasures in life. From tiny shells found on the beach to big skies. We find inspiration around us every day.”
“Our knitting and crafting group meets at ‘The Hospitium of the Grey Friars’ in Inverkeithing, locally known as ‘The Friary’, the best surviving example of a friary building left in Scotland.”
Who can resist these cheerful fellows?
“The group is free to all. The group’s aims are to encourage knitting and crafting and bring the community together.”
“I make hand crocheted items for babies, children and women. Mostly accessories, including hats, scarves and booties. All of my crocheted items can be made to order in a variety of colours, and to the suitable size. I will be taking orders on the day of the Arts and Crafts Market.”
Additional interesting information: Samantha will be introducing sample pieces soon based on original vintage crochet patterns from the 1960s. This collection will be available on a ‘made to order’ basis only.