Welsh Blankets, Tapestry Blankets, Hand Dyed Yarn, Welsh Gifts
All of our Welsh blankets and throws are traditionally woven in limited numbers by men and women with personal care and attention - they are not mass-produced and do not involve computer programs! They are woven in a handful of local mills using age old looms with traditional skills and processes of yesteryear. We have collections including rare-breed and organically certified blankets, the iconic Welsh tapestry blankets and the classic honeycomb or waffle weave patterned blankets
Abbeycwmhir is a small village in Powys, mid-Wales and is the location of a ruined Cistercian Abbey originally built in 1143. The Abbey is the resting place of the last Welsh-born Prince of Wales, Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd. Following his death in battle with King Edward I at Cilmeri in 1282, his headless body was buried in the Abbey
FelinFach is pleased to join the Americymru network (Click here to visit) which is a great website for the Welsh, ex pats and persons of Welsh descent in the 'America's' and elsewhere and gives a Croeso/Welcome to the Welsh 'daiaspora'. Americymru seeks to provide a social network for the Welsh, persons of Welsh descent all over the world. The network is a place where members can share their experiences of Wales and engage in friendly debate in our forums.
Welsh Phrases, Welsh Idioms, Welsh Words and the Welsh Language. Here are the most popular words and phrases searched for in the Welsh language include, what's is Happy birthday, Thank you, Hello and I love you in Welsh. Also many request what does Cymru am Byth, Nadolig Llawen and Penblwydd Hapus mean in English. Currently approximately 20% of welsh people speak Welsh in Wales with an unknown number of Welsh Language speakers in England and internationally.
Formerly Made by Hand, Cardiff, Cardiff Craft Festival is the finest contemporary craft event in Wales at City Hall, Cardiff. Featuring over 135 makers of highest quality selling directly to the public, it is the largest and finest craft fair in Wales and attracts 4,000 visitors to Cardiff. Visit it see handmade products from ceramics to leather, from glass to metal and pottery to textiles. An invitation only event, FelinFach is proud to be selected for this event and will show its Welsh blankets and its other products.
New product launch. Named Harlech, a new Welsh tapestry blanket, designed by and exclusive to FelinFach. Our Welsh tapestry Collection is named ‘Hiraeth’ and nothing says Hiraeth more than an iconic Welsh tapestry blanket, throw or cushion. A stunning addition to any home, traditional or contemporary. Using pure new wool on a 1930's Dobbcross loom, each step to produce the tapestry is by hand on traditional looms, using the skills and processes of yesteryear
The ‘Aberfan Disaster’ occurred at 9.13am, 21st October 1966 – the stopped clock image encapsulates that moment in time. A colliery tip collapsed and engulfed Aberfan and in particular its school. 116 children and 28 adults died. Aberfan – remembered and never forgotten...
During the 3 months from July to September 2019 we achieved a 5 star rating on every single review posted by customers!! For the year to date from January to September 2019, our overall rating is 4.91 out of 5 stars.
Caernarfon castle was created and built as part of King Edward I’s infamous ‘Iron Ring’ of Castles at Harlech, Beaumaris, Conwy and Caernarfon effectively forming a circle around Snowdonia
FelinFach attends Thame Food Festival craft fair 28th-29th September, in Thame, Oxfordshire, organised by Humble Country events. Our exhibition stand is in a stunning marquee with approx 25 other homeware exhibitors
Snowdonia is a region in north west Wales and includes Wales' highest mountain (Snowdon) and 90 mountain peaks and mountain ranges. Snowdonia also boasts an historic mountain railway that climbs to the summit of Wales's highest mountain at 3,560 feet above sea level
Harlech is located in north Wales in the Snowdonia National park and famous for its clifftop Castle. The Castle was built by King Edward 1st in the thirteenth century at the same time as Caernarfon, Conwy and Beaumaris Castles.