Jan Shelley

Jan is a textile designer who creates handwoven fabrics for fashion and interior accessories. In her studio you can see traditional dobby, jack and countermarch looms and view a selection of her unique scarves, shawls and throws, designed and woven on her beautiful wooden machinery. Try your hand at weaving on a table loom. Tuition by appointment.

Denhall Studio, Denhall House, Kemback Bridge, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5TR
Telephone: Telephone: 0I334 654 307 Mobile: 07928644720
Email: studio [at] janshelley.com
Other Opening Times: Open by appointment throughout the year.
Directions: From Cupar on the B940 Pitscottie Rd. Turn left towards Kemback Bridge. Denhall Studio is on the right as you approach the village. From St Andrews on the B939, turn right at Pitscottie. Take the road through Dura Den, along the Ceres Burn. Turn left at Kemback Bridge.
Access: Off street parking is available. Turn into the drive by the studio, then continue for 100 metres to park at Denhall House. No wheelchair access.
Points of Interest: The area was an important centre for the linen industry in the 19th century, with a number of weaving mills along the Ceres Burn. It is also famous for the discovery of fossil fish in the sandstone cliffs. Beautiful woodland walks and waterfalls in Dura Den. White Chimneys tearoom at Pitscottie.
Weaving on the dobby loom.
Shetland wool furnishing fabric.
Handwoven samples.
Handwoven samples.
Lambswool and cotton scarf.
Silk and lambswool collar.
Shetland wool throw.
Detail of hand-woven fabric. Shetland wool.