Over the weekend of 2nd to 4th November 2018, Cardiff’s prestigious City Hall will be hosting the Made by Hand Wales show for the 5th year. There will be some 150 exhibitors all with handmade products from ceramics to leather, from glass to metal and pottery to textiles, and many more.
To become an exhibitor, all craftsmen/women have to apply and have their products judged to be of a suitable quality, and to be handmade and not mass produced, to be at this contemporary craft fair. Accordingly, FelinFach is proud to be selected to be an exhibitor in the textiles category for it's handmade products and its unique designs in Welsh blankets.
We will be showing our naturally hand dyed yarn, our naturally hand dyed silk scarves, handmade books and bags and many other products. We also have a range of Welsh blankets designed by and unique to FelinFach.
For information, the opening times of the Show are 10.00am to 5.00pm on Friday and Saturday (2nd and 3rd November and 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sunday 4th November. Cardiff City Hall is in Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3ND.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Owain Glyndŵr Day, 16th September, commemorates the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales. Today, he is a figure of mass culture in Wales, with statues, flags and monuments alongside pubs and street names remembering him. He is possibly one of the greatest Welshmen of all time if not the greatest. His name is still remembered and revered today.
Wool blankets and throws and traditional hand weaving are at the heart of FelinFach's ethos of "Natural, Traditional, Handmade". All of our wool blankets are traditionally hand woven in Wales on age old looms using the skills and methods of times gone by. Whilst the weaving methods are traditional, our designs, patterns and colours range from not only the traditional but also the contemporary.
Be part of the worldwide celebrations for Roald Dahl's Day on Sunday 13th September 2020! Dahl’s story began in 1916 in when he was born at Villa Marie, Fairwater Road, Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales, a house name was named after the first wife. In 1918 his father, Harald, purchased a much grander property, Ty Mynydd (Mountain House in Welsh), a large farm of 150 acres in Radyr, near Cardiff.