Highland Hiddle at the Royal Highland Show

Highland Hiddle is going "offline" for the first time in our short history and will be showcasing many of our makers with a stand at this year's Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh on 23rd - 26th June. In its 200th year, the show celebrates all aspects of farming and rural life and this year the Presidential Initiative Marquee will tell the story of the Highlands and Islands region, with Highland Hiddle emphasising the theme in the Home and Gift Hall by featuring the work of a number of artists and crafters.

With over 80 makers represented on our online website, sadly it's impossible for us to show products from everyone, but we are bringing as many as space allows. All of whom give an insight into the fantastic variety we offer. Here is an overview into what you will find on our stand.

  • Artist Kevin O'Neill will be displaying some of his original paintings, prints, brooches and greetings cards.
  • There will be a range of exquisite sterling silver jewellery by silversmith, Saffron.
  • Quilling experts, Wooden Stag, will have a selection of their beautiful handcrafted cards and box frames.
  • Marj from Highland Celtic Art is bringing various prints, cushions, decorations, cards, coasters, trivets and colouring books featuring her stunning illustrations and designs.
  • A selection of hand-knitted and crocheted wraps and scarves will be available from Claire Dorman.
  • Susan of Sward Designs is presenting some of her unique jewellery hand-turned from natural wood.
  • Ingrid will have a range of her beautiful crocheted bunnies, as well as some decorations, hats, mittens, and Harris Tweed handbags, cushions and hip flasks.
  • David from Sunart Soap Company is bringing along his luxury toiletries including soaps, hand and body lotions and hair products.
  • There will be a collection of sculptures and decorations by artist and metal worker Greg Dobson.
  • An assortment of beautifully scented soy wax candles hand-poured by Bronwyn at the Caithness Candle Company.
  • Discover a selection of jewellery featuring sea glass by Green Designs by Sharon.
  • Liz at Whinnyfold Knitwear will have a range of her stunning jumpers, cardigans, hats and headbands many of which feature Peerie designs influenced by the patters in Fair Isle Knitting.
  • Hilary from HilChris Jewellery will have a mixture of sterling silver jewellery, many featuring gemstones.
  • See a range of unique home furnishings including cushions and fun fabric wall heads by Catherine at Highland Homewares.
  • Alison at West Highland Crafts will be showcasing a range of her beautiful knitwear as well as Harris Tweed brooches and bags.

Visitors to the show will be treated to a wide range of activities. Alongside livestock competitions and the grand parade, there will be sheep shearing and horse shoeing competitions. Watch pole climbers, bike displays, axe throwing and demonstrations in the forestry arena. Enjoy show jumping competitions and visit the countryside area for demonstrations and events showcasing a wide range of country sports and activities and rural skills.

We hope to meet many of you at the show, you can find Highland Hiddle at stand number 839 in the Home and Gift Hall, found next to the Forge.

For more information about the Royal Highland Show visit www.royalhighlandshow.org


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