Molly Bullick

This year she is again joining Big Cat Textiles in Newburgh instead of her home studio in Letham. Wall hung textiles. Work in encaustic, plus paper works using indigo and Sumi ink. Otherwise scarves in linen, silk and wool using natural dyes. Monoprints and subversive stitch. She has work in public and private collections at home and abroad.

Big Cat Textiles, 3 Clinton Street, Newburgh, Fife KY14 6DP
Telephone: 07729193571 01337 810 465 studio 01337 841 004
Email: mollybullick123 [at]
Directions: Approaching Newburgh on A913 from Perth, Clinton Street is second on the right after entering the town. From Dundee direction, drive along the main street to the far end of town and turn left before the bowling green. Look for the red door, entry to the studio is along the alley to the left of door.
Access: Large free car park 100 yds away. From Perth on the left after 30MPH sign, from Dundee, on right after bowling green. Wheelchair access by request.
Points of Interest: Lindores Abbey Distillery the home of whiskey. Really worth a visit. Monks refectory and apothocary with good cafe. Walk by the Tay with information about the reed beds used for thatching. Buttercup cafe by the Petrol station at the Eastern end of the town.
Sumi ink and indigo on paper
Indigo linen shawl drying in the garden
 Mono print beginning
Natural dyes
Mono print sketchbook
Thinking time.
Origami textiles