Textile artist working with nature to create dyed and printed images on cloth and paper. Teacher online and in person of Botanical Printing, Indigo and natural dyeing. Online self paced classes in Botanical printing, Indigo dyeing, Shibori, Printing with tannins. Small projects perfect for quilting.
The Grans return with their popular needle felting workshops. Ideal for complete beginners, why not join them to needlefelt your very own busy bee, or new this year, learn how to roll a Christmas beeswax candle!
SWI is Scotland’s leading member-based organisation, designed to bring women together, with a vision to welcome every woman in Scotland. Their aim is to build an inclusive community, to have fun and form friendships, campaign, learn, share and to socialise.
Sew Confident is all about helping you de-stress by exploring the wonderful world of sewing and crafts. They’ve got sewing, knitting, crochet and hand embroidery classes for all levels taught by their friendly team of tutors.
Botanical contact printing artist and natural dyer based in Glasgow, Scotland, Elisabeth works with local resources in her sustainable studio to create beautiful artwork. She teaches her techniques in person and online live on zoom. She grows a natural dye garden in the Glasgow Botanics. Find me on Instagram at @bettysbeautifullife
Once again enthusiastic papercrafters from Bishopbriggs, Glasgow will demonstrate the ancient art of three-dimensional decoupage. Cutting, feathering, shaping and embossing using only paper images, scissors, glue and tweezers; it’s truly fascinating to watch. Don’t miss it!
The Scottish Association of Flower Arrangement Societies has 66 Flower Clubs throughout Scotland affiliated to SAFAS. Most flower clubs meet once a month to enjoy demonstrations or speakers. It’s a time to catch up with friends over a welcome cup of tea and homebaking – Fun, Friendship and Flowers.
The Ring of Tatters promotes the craft of tatting. They publish a newsletter twice a year; maintain a library and a website. Although based in the UK they have members around the world and anyone is welcome to join!
The Lace guild will display lace showing various styles of lacemaking. They work to keep the craft alive and to encourage new lacemakers. The Guild will have demonstrators and a practice pillow for the public to try the art of lacemaking; younger visitors are encouraged to “have a go” too.
The Family History Federation is your “One Stop” for family history information. Visit their stand to pick up some giveaways plus a free copy of the My Family Tree Booklet. They publish and distribute a large variety of books.