Dornoch Fibre Fest: Andrew Crummy


Dornoch Fibre Fest welcomes Andrew Crummy as their opening night guest speaker

Andrew Thomas Crummy MBE  is a renowned Scottish artist, who has designed several major community tapestry works including the Battle of Prestonpans Tapestry (2010)   Scottish Diaspora Tapestry (2014), Great Tapestry of Scotland (2013), and the Spirit of The Highlands and Islands Tapestry (ongoing) amongst many others.

We are very pleased that Andrew has agreed to come to Dornoch Fibre Fest to present the keynote talk entitled


on Friday 8th March at 07.30 in the newly refurbished Dornoch Free Church Hall.

There will be an exhibition of  some of the Tapestries from ‘The Spirit of the Highlands and Islands Tapestry’. This will  take place on  Saturday 9th March on the ground floor of Dornoch Free Church. There will be no charge for the exhibition but donations for Highland Hospice will be gratefully received.


About The Great Tapestry of Scotland Colouring Book:

The Great Tapestry of Scotland is one of the most ambitious community arts projects ever undertaken. The brainchild of bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith, historian Alistair Moffat and artist Andrew Crummy, it was created by a team of over a thousand volunteer stitchers between 2012 and 2013, who cumulatively spent more than 50,000 hours on the project. At 143 metres, it is twice the length of the Bayeux Tapestry, and its 160 panels features key moment from over 8,500 of Scottish history.

This book features a selection of drawings featuring complete panels as well as details by Andrew Crummy, all specially adapted to allow colouring enthusiasts to share in this remarkable work of art.


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Friday 08 Mar 2024
Dornoch Free Church Hall, Dornoch. United Kingdom