We are delighted to announce a new product, Archivist luxury matches. These matches are a perfect accompaniment to our range of candles, wax melts and tea lights. The Archivist company is renowned for their quality and amazing printing but also for their total commitment to sustainability. All products are 100% recyclable or biodegradable and are toxin free.
A new collection that fits all our requirements of | Natural | Traditional | Handmade |
This is a stoneware collection of candles, burners, diffusers and tealights all of which have been thrown by hand in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales. A husband-and-wife team that create beautiful stoneware products, Dave hand throws and Anouska hand glazes, creating her own glaze colours.
Our UK Christmas last order date is 17th December 2023, and those parcels will be posted on 18th December with Royal Mail or Parcelforce "signed for and tracked" Express 48 service. Our digital Gift Cards can be ordered up to midnight on 24th December for immediate email delivery. Recommended last posting dates for international shipping are detailed in this Blog Post.
Named Hiraeth (hiraeth translation), this tapestry blanket is a piece of Welsh weaving history. Woven on traditional looms at Melin Teifi, Ceredigion (now closed following the retirement of the Chief Weaver) they are the last of their kind. Sadly, only very limited numbers available - a collector's piece!
Cohana is a Collection of high quality, handmade tools and accessories for Crafters and Makers, produced by artisans from different regions of Japan. Each exquisite piece is made using regional products and the best craftsmanship within Japan. In their own words, "Cohana aim to create the best tools for the joy of all those who love handicraft".
Handmade candles with wood wicks, hand poured by us in the Felinfach Chandlery Studio in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The candles are Plastic Free - the wax, labels, packaging and the void fill are all recyclable or biodegradable. Our candles are poured in a heavy bottomed straight sided matt Grey or matt White glass container topped with an oak lid. Each handmade candle is packaged in a sturdy gift box that can be reused for bits and bobs or be a ready packaged gift for a friend or loved one!
All handmade candle lovers need a selection of accoutrements to enhance the perfect ambience of your home fragrance experience. The Archivist company is renowned for their stunning quality, luxury long and extra-long matches and cards, and their commitment to sustainability. Leave an Archivist card with your purchases for a birthday, Christmas or general greeting card
Explore the exquisite rainbow of colours in our new Hand-Dyed Yarn Collection! This collection is inspired by the beauty of nature, with colours that range from soft and muted to bright and vibrant. Whether you're a seasoned knitter or crocheter or just starting out, there's something for everyone in this collection. There's a variety of weights and fibre blends, so you can find the perfect yarn for your next project.
Ultimate last-minute gift for any occasion, a digital eGift Card. Give them the gift of choice with a FelinFach gift card, from £10. eGift Cards are sent instantly by email after purchase to the email entered at checkout. Easy! Our gift cards are NOT time limited. Gift cards can be used to purchase any product on this website, including Craft Courses and Workshops.
Laine's loved and cherished 52 Weeks book series has a sequel: 52 Weeks of Easy Knits! This time we have put together a collection that is unlike anything you’ve seen before. Take a closer look at a sample of the knits in 52 Weeks of Easy Knits. 52 Weeks of Easy Knits offers you knitting inspiration for years to come – the only difficult thing is deciding what to knit first!
On 21st October 1965, the Tryweryn reservoir was officially opened, and the village of Capel Celyn was drowned. In the 1960's a reservoir was built neat to Bala in north Wales to supply water to Liverpool City and its surrounding areas. The river Tryweryn was dammed to create this reservoir resulting in a village, Capel Celyn being flooded. The inhabitants of Capel Celyn were forced to leave their homes and farms. A Welsh way of life was lost in Capel Celyn - the village, the post office, the school, and a chapel and its cemetery all disappeared underwater.