Newburgh Handloom Weavers

Newburgh Handloom Weavers are Jimmy Hutchison and Erika Douglas. They specialise in producing tweed and cloth, hand-woven on traditional wooden looms in their weaving shed. Passionate about keeping traditional skills alive, Jimmy and Erika also weave traditional blankets, hand-woven and hand-finished, made with 100% pure new wool.

Bruicbrae, Westport Road, Newburgh, Fife, KY14 6DU.
Telephone: 07971224573
Email: info [at]
Other Opening Times: Most days and weekends. Please phone to arrange.
Directions: From Perth, turn first left after bowling green down Westport Road (not Shuttlefield) towards the River Tay. Look for brick weaving shed on left hand side. From Cupar, drive to top end of high street and turn right at the War Memorial down Westport Road. Look for weaving shed on left hand side.
Access: Weaving shed is wheelchair accessible. Ample parking in car park next to bowling green. Limited parking on Gardens Road. Disabled parking available.
Points of Interest: Lindores Abbey Distillery and Abbey grounds. Mugdrum Park with archway for start of Fife Coastal Path. Children's playpark. Riverside walks and views over the Tay to Mugdrum reed beds. Buttercup Cafe at petrol station.
Erika and Leo
Jimmy in loom demonstration
Handwoven blanket and warping mill
Handwoven blankets with diamonds
Hands and blankets
Heddles and warp
Norman's Tweed