• Having featured Aberfoyle-based milliner, Clare Workman some thirteen years ago at the start of her business venture, we think it only right to feature a proper goodbye at the end of her creative career.

  • As is so often the case when thinking back to how a business began, Linda Gardner, who runs “Strathearn Fleece and Fibre”,  can say that none of it was really planned. 

  • Spinners, knitters and weavers will flock to Argyll this summer for the West Coast's premier Gaelic wool festival.

  • Ten-year-old Emma Orr shares her trade secrets with The Scottish Farmer as she gets ready for another show season.

  • Young Kayleigh Keron, aged 11,  of Marefield of Craigs, Madderty, Crieff, shares her handling secrets with us.

  • HELL, it has been suggested, is an eternity locked in a room with your closest friends.

  • Few sights can be more fascinating in falconry than watching a giant vulture as it glides effortlessly in a public display. 

  • The buttered pancake is so fresh that the butter is slowing melting over the side. The tea cosy is on the tea-pot and the sugar dish and milk jug is arranged perfectly on a tray. Teacup is on the saucer and there is an extra plate of biscuits ... just in case.

  • When I think of a log home, I imagine something that has been built lovingly by hand, each log having been carved to fit snugly, the wonderful pine, woody, smell to linger for years upon entry and to be surrounded by cosiness throughout our winter weather.