- Love Crafts |
- About Us
In 2011, we went looking for a one-stop-craft-shop. A place where a new skill could be learned, all the materials needed to do that skill were to hand, and we could have a lot of craic with like minded people. We didn't find one near us, so we decided to follow our own philosophy and set one up ourselves. A few days later the Crafty fox was born and it is now firmly established as a favourite for Crafters in the North-East of Ireland
the Crafty fox transformed an empty space into a quaint home-from-home, full of colour and inspiration to get the creative juices flowing. An enjoyable experience even if you are just browsing
We also gathered together a knowledgeable and friendly team to give a personal touch and good advice. Everyone who works in the Crafty fox is genuinely interested in what you are going to make, which helps us help you to get the right materials for your project
Knowing other crafters, we also realised that access was all important, so everything is at street level, with a large purpose built classroom, in which there are plenty of Pfaff sewing machines just waiting to be put to good use
If you like quirky and cheerful the Crafty fox could be your sort of place
If Crafts aren't your thing, we hope you enjoy the ambience and perhaps pick up one of our individual Made with Love ♥ by the Crafty fox gifts
Oh...and if you have friends who can't get to Drogheda, point them in the direction of our online sister store Puddle Crafts, delivering from Drogheda to the far-flung corners of the globe.
- 9:30am - 5:30pm Monday - Saturday
- Winner: Louth County Enterprise Platinum Awards 2013 - Creative Industries
"The Crafty Fox in Shop Street, Drogheda picked up the creative industries award for their amazing shop, craft lessons and their impact on enhancing skills in this field"
- Winner: Drogheda Chamber Award 2012 - Entrepreneur of the Year
- Winner: Louth County Enterprise Award 2012 - Best Creative Business
- Winner: Drogheda Chamber Women of Worth Award 2012 - Arts category - Jackie Jolliffe (founder of the Crafty fox)