Enjoy this seriously special collaboration of Highland based Indie Yarn Dyers and yarn acessories.
It's a Highland Yarn Festival in a bag to enjoy from the comfort of your armchair and makes the perfect gift for any yarn lover!
Each bag includes an exclusive collection of hand dyed yarn from genuine Scottish Highland based yarn businesses. Plus some adorable hand made yarn themed trinkets to make the most of every project.
The Highland Yarn Festival Bag is a limited edition collection of yarn that has been specially curated by Dwynwen at Loch Ness Knitting.
It brings together some of the most talented Indie Dyers from Dwynwen's Highland Yarn Guide Book and allows you to explore their fabulous yarn from the comfort of your own home.
The Highland Yarn Festival Bag is available in your choice of 4ply/fingering, DK or Aran weight yarn.
Each bag includes:
1 x 100g skein from Bowfiddle yarns (4ply option only)
1 x 100g skein from Cookston Crafts.
1 x 100g skein from Loch Ness Knitting
1 x 100g skein from Uradale Yarns
1x 100g skein from Handspinner Having Fun
1 x 100g skein from Ripplescrafts
Your bag also includes:
2 x original greeting cards from K Price Art
2 x sets of buttons from Moray Reach Out Project
1 x set of stitchmarkers from Bowfiddle yarns.
Your yarn and acessories will arrive in an exclusively designed and hand finished tote bag ready for gifting.
Plus FREE STANDARD SHIPPING on all bag orders.
More about our featured Indie Dyers:
Bowfiddle Yarns is named after the iconic rock formation located in Portknockie on the North East coast of Scotland. It is the passion project of owner Louise, who is devoted to bringing her customers a range of luxury colourful hand dyed yarns.
Cookston Crafts is a vibrant yarn business offering spectaular colourful yarn and exciting workshops. Based in Aberdeenshire owner Claire is constantly playing with new colour combinations to delight her customers.
Loch Ness Knitting is based in the village of Drumnadrochit on the shores of Loch Ness. Owner Dwynwen is passionate about sustainable making and sources all the colours for her hand dyed collection of yarns from local materials that would otherwise go to waste. Dwynwen is also the author of The Highland Yarn Guide, which sets out 5 routes to explore the Scottish Highlands meeting a range of local yarn businesses along the way.
Uradale Yarns is a super special yarn business dedicated to creating organic yarn from native Shetland sheep. This small family business prides itself on celebrating the best of Shetlands native breeds and maintaining their organic status every step of the way.
Handspinner Having Fun is one of the most colourful and fun stops on any yarn tour. Located on the beautiful Isle of Skye owner Bev is an expert multi-crafter who loves all things yarn related. Her shop reflects her passion and has something special for every skill level.
Ripplecrafts is a must stop desitnation for any yarn lovers completing the popular NC500 route. Owner Helen has a beautiful selection of hand dyed yarns inspired by her stunning Scottish Highland landscape.
K Price Art is also based in the village of Drumnadrochit. Owner Karen is a multi-media artist famous for her charming depictions of the local wildlife and livestock. Her felt portraits, greeting cards and prints capture the character and the challenge of rural Highland life.
Moray Reach Out Project is a social enterprise project to support vulnerable adults. It offers training and work exprience that helps people to fulfil independent living goals in their local community.
Thank you for supporting this colloboration of authentic and independent small Scottish businesses.
We hope that you are able to come and visit us in person during 2021.
Until then please enjoy your Highland Yarn Festival Bag!