We’re nearly 7 days away from the start of the Digital Craft Festival! I have not only made a special set of scarves and shawls inspired by the Cairngorms here in Scotland I am taking part in discussions about heritage crafts and more during the weekend. Craft Festival, who normally arrange craft events in the South West of England, have chosen 150 makers to be part of this online event. It will be a great Christmas shopping event too.
It can be daunting choosing hand made items but Craft Festival have brought together these makers to highlight and tell you the story of the products available and about the makers who create them. I am really excited to be taking part and feel proud of the new colours I’ve created for the event. I hope you’ll love them too.
How will the Digital Craft Festival Work?
I will be emailing the VIPs to let them know when the festival is open. There will be a special VIP code for free UK delivery too. You can visit www.featherandhay.com/shop-feather-hays-collection to see my hand woven textiles and the Digital Craft Festival website to find workshops, live conversations, demonstrations and of course the makers too!
This is how the Digital Craft Festival website looks. Just click on the area you’d like to see!
To buy from any maker you click on meet the maker and from there it’ll direct you to the individual websites to make a purchase.
To buy Feather & Hay pieces you’ll only need to pop over to the shop page here on the website. I will make the Digital Craft Festival designs available from the 27th November. The other colours can be bought now.
What’s new from F&H for the Digital Craft Festival?
The new pieces are inspired by the Cairngorms in Scotland during the winter months. The colours focus on charcoals and greys of snow peaked Munros and the misty, ethreal landscapes viewed from up high. There is also a delicate nod to Lichens found on the trees in Caledonian forests in this area, with a beautiful soft green. Each design is a classic and elegant weave with touches of texture and colour from the added inlays.
The scarves start from £99 and the wider shawls (that can be worn as scarves too!) from £205
Available from the 27th November
Sign up to the VIP mailing list so you don’t miss out
Sign up here to the VIP mailing list and I’ll send a reminder each day (with the free delivery code). You’ll also get behind the scene updates, news and discount codes for the website too but can unsubscribe at any time.
Get the Christmas shopping sorted during the Digital Craft Festival or send a few links with a heavy hint or two to someone shopping for you.