Skills on show at craft day

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The Arran Heritage Museum at Rosaburn, Brodick will be hosting their second special event of the season tomorrow (Sunday), the annual craft day.

Visitors will be able to see all kinds of local traditional skills and crafts in action. Experts will demonstrate wool dyeing, spinning and weaving, quilting, embroidery, felting, butter making, and many other skills from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. You can join in many of the activities and experts will be able to provide basic tuition or answer any questions that you might have.

Arran Pipe Band will be performing; and other traditional music-making will also be evident throughout the afternoon.  There will of course be the traditional tombola with great prizes, and Café Rosaburn will be serving up delicious snacks.

The annual craft day at the Arran Heritage Museum will appeal to all the family and is an event not to be missed.