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Florrie Felts   has a new bespoke site too .......
Florries & Wall Hangings in Felt by Sheila Bates


 Click picture to  enter  Sheila`s  Felt-works 


    Croft7 is a micro  Arts & Produce  business based  in Fasaig and Inveralligin, Torridon  in the Western Highlands of Scotland. Using the local crofting environment to grow fruit, vegetables, salad crops, herbs, cut flowers, dye plants, wild flower and perennial cottage garden plants, willow cuttings for growing on, or for creating craft work, living willow structures or firewood kindlers and willow log bundles.    Our lives in the Torridon landscape and work within it inform our artwork, 
 (CLICK  TITLES TO ENTER )  Textiles, Photography  and  Writing.

            Croft7   Fasaig

                                                On this croft land      
                                                             We want to  create a    rewarding, mixed cropping  croft including    small scale poultry for  live stock element.  Retaining wetland  wild flower areas, making  wildlife  ponds,increasing biodiversity and  habitats.
 Create a forest garden area.
 Grow for sale
 Perennial cottage garden plants,
 Herbs,  Dye plants and Wild flower  plants .

 Produce is on sale at the  Croft7  Inveralligin    (CLICK TITLE TO ENTER)   `Pick Your      Own plot`      5 MILES  west 
 of  Fasaig.

INVERALLIGIN   looking over     Alligin   `Pick your own`  and      Alligin Willow plots.

  Alligin   `Pick Your Own`
            double click picture to go to    PICK YOUR OWN PLOT   PAGE                        

Alligin Willows
         Willows      double click picture to go directly to        Alligin Willow pages


    Fasaig                          The croft land worked for hay in late 60`s     J. Charnley Photo Collection

  Fasaig crofts   1970                              John Charnley   photo collection 

  We want to share what we do with our local    community and visitors to Torridon.
 Contact us if you would like to visit. 
  mobile:- 07710 542732

  phone;-  01445 791365    
  email:-   feltmaker5@btinternet.               








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