Isle of Eigg

Small businesses in the Isle of Eigg, Scotland, who need your support during Covid-19

Justine Ritchie Photography

Isle of Eigg

I sell limited edition fine art prints of wild landscapes and seascapes (both abstract and classic) from the Scottish Highlands and Islands.

All About Willow

Isle of Eigg

We design, make and sell traditional and contemporary baskets and coffins made from our own organic willow which is grown on our Croft.

Libby Galli

Isle of Eigg

Felt art, felted from dyed merino tops and silk fibres.

Libby Galli Felt Art

Isle of Eigg

I sell needle felted pictures of landscapes, animals and pet portraits. I take commissions to re- create your pets, favourite animals or scenery. Each picture is needle felted using dyed Merino tops and silk, it is basically painting with fibres.

AnNead Hand Knitwear

Isle of Eigg

Unique cobweb lace hand knitted from hand-spun yarn, the fleece for which has been hand dyed using natural dyes. The wool and kid mohair are sourced from British farms with high standards of animal welfare. Every attempt is made to produce luxury items at fair prices with minimum impact on the environment.

Eddie’s Eigg Croft – Wild Bluebells

Isle of Eigg

We sell Wild Bluebell seeds, harvested from our croft on the Isle of Eigg under licence from the Scottish Government.

Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) flower on Eigg in May, turning our croft an incredible shade of blue and filling the air with their gentle sweet scent. We harvest them by hand in August and September, when their seeds would naturally be shed. You can replicate this by scattering them around the same time, in moist but well-drained soil. Bluebells like dappled shade and take 2 – 4 years to mature. Their distinctive deep blue colour and gorgeous, subtle fragrance are well worth the wait.