Workshops can be booked through our Fareharbor system, available on our homepage
Using traditional techniques, craft accessories and clothing to create an Iron Age outfit.
Making garments and accessories in the past was probably a community effort, so join our enthusiastic modern community of likeminded people to try your hand at something new.
Sew away in the tranquillity of the lochside setting whilst stories and tales are told by the fire and refreshments and lunch are served from our Iron Age kitchen.
This workshop is part of a series of clothing workshops which will lead to the creation of a complete Iron Age outfit, so please check the other courses available!
Day 1 -
Arrive at 9.30am for a 10am start, welcomed to the site with a hot drink and a tour of the site and museum.
Using a historically accurate pattern create a tunic using bone needles and linen, stopping for a hearty lunch from the iron age kitchen.
In the afternoon finish your tunic and make a veg-tanned leather belt to hold it in place. The evening will be spent in the crannog with a delicious Iron Age dinner, storytelling and music.
Day 2 -
Start with breakfast then on to exploring different fire making techniques.
Create your own leather pouch and kit, stopping for lunch then the afternoon will be spent making a cosy woollen handsewn hood.
The course will be finished by 6pm.