The Mafia heads north

Scotland is beautiful in autumn, yes even in this wild weather with the trees changing colour with their berries and fiery leaves in fact as much as I love summer I do have a soft spot for autumn. It’s also a chance to wrap up warm with lovely hats and scarves and let’s not forget the fact we’ve got an excuse to drink lots of hot chocolate.

So I’m  really pleased to be escaping the city this Sunday with other members of the mafia and heading to Loch Fyne and the lovely Inver Cottage for a market. The scenery is stunning and I might even get a couple of minutes to photograph it.

Along with Asking For Trouble, Carrot Corriander, Glitterysah, Rosie’s Retro Styling and The Rainbow Effect and two of Inver Cottage’s suppliers  I’ll be there between 11:30 and 16:30 to tempt you to start thinking about Christmas shopping. It’s a great chance to see the wide variety of disciplines the GCM members practice and for a sneak preview why not have a look at our profiles on http://www.glasgowcraftmafia.com.

photo by Asking For Trouble

Inver Cottage (http://www.invercottage.com) is on the shores of Loch Fyne so why not take a drive, have a walk and come into the heat for a shop and some of their lovely food. Their contact details are Strathlachlan, Strachur, Argyll, PA27 8BU :: tel 01369860537 :: enquiries@invercottage.com

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