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Sparrowhouse gallery

Harris

Original paintings and linocut prints mainly of the beautiful hebridean landscapes and wildlife

Acair

Lewis

Books for kids and adults in English, Scots and Gaelic

Inga’s Sweet Treats

Isle of Skye

I do sell locally handmade sweets, scottish sweets including tablet and a varieties of fudges, Isle of Skye Rock and HebCelt Rock, Vegan sweets, sugar free and international sweets and many more.

Karen Duncan Jewellery

Orkney

With over 30 years experience of making jewellery, Karen Duncan was the first designer/maker in Orkney to receive the accolade of being accepted into The Guild of Master Craftsmen which recognises the high standards of craftsmanship attained by artisans engaged in craft, art, trade, profession or vocation.

Hazel’s Sea Jewellery

Colonsay

Hand made jewellery from beachcombed pebbles and sea glass found in the Isle of Colonsay.

Burra Bears

Shetland

Delightful, collectable teddy bears handmade in the Shetland Island of Burra, produced from recycled traditional Fair Isle knitwear. Each bear comes with his own name and personality making them as individual and unique as we are!

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.

Islay Infusions

Islay

Scarves jewellery shearer Candles handbags Islay infusions

Ascog Wool

Isle of Bute

Knitting wool, woven blankets, hand knitted items from the sheep reared and sheared on Ascog Farm

Feltisle

Bute

Handmade felt pictures and gifts

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