New and Exclusive Handmade Treasures at the Royal Highland Show

The Royal Highland Show is in two weeks time and excitement is building at this opportunity to showcase some of the handmade treasures you can find on Highland Hiddle to visitors at the event. It's a great opportunity to see, touch and smell beautiful products handmade by talented, small independent makers in the Scottish Highlands and Islands.

In addition to being able to see and buy some of the products you can find on the website, we are excited to showcase some items by our makers exclusively at the show.

  • Liz at Whinnyfold Knitwear will be revealing a brand new cardigan design pictured below.
  • Marj at Highland Celtic Art is showcasing her new passion for pyrography and will have several new pieces available to purchase using this technique which lends itself particularly well to her Celtic inspired designs.
  • Kevin O'Neill has been making lots of new brooches, each painted individually by hand, as well as brand new original paintings, hot off his easel.
  • Hilary of HilChris Jewellery has designed some new pieces exclusively for the show including this heartfelt blue necklace

We are also excited to announce another couple of makers to our already fantastic line up. Artist Penny Irvine will have a select few mixed media pieces at the show including Whispers in the Wind and Melrose Abbey. In addition we are delighted to have some of the gorgeous decorations by glass artist, Kirsty at A Touch of Glass Studio.

Of course we wish we could bring all our makers' products to the show, but unfortunately that just isn't possible. For information on the Highland Hiddle makers who will have products at the show, see our previous blog post here.

If you are coming to the show please do pop by stand 839 in the Home and Gift Hall, we'd be delighted to meet you.

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