The address of our shop is Mains of Boquhan, Kippen, FK8 3JQ.
Normal opening hours are Tuesday- Saturday 10am - 5pm.
From Glasgow Directions:
At the Ballat Cross Roads turn right for Stirling on the A811 and tarvel approx 9 miles towards Kippen. Once you have passed Arnprior you will come to signs leading you to Kippen on the right. Ignore these local signs to Kippen and continue on the A811. Very soon you will reach a roundabout where you will see the Woodhouse coffee shop. Continue through the roundabout heading towards Stirling. Look out for a stone pillared entrance marked Mains of Boquhan. Indicate left and turn into this entrance. You will see the shop premises.
The signs on the pillars mention Graham's dairy and our own signes will be added soon.
If you are coming from Stirling, Edinburgh or Perthshire, travel along the A811 and the premises are on the right handside.
At anytime if you wish further information including details of workshops, please send an e-mail.
We have approximately 500 different books in our shop. If there is a
particular book you would like to see then please phone the shop
and we will ensure the book is here when you visit.
Classes & Workshops
Info to follow...
The new shop is located in Kippen, Stirlingshire in a pleasant rural setting. Located approx 10 miles west of Stirling. Travelling northwards you will reach Aberfoyle and the Trossachs. Whilst quilters enjoy visiting the shop, there are many facilities nearby for the rest of the family. Ample free and secure parking close to the shop at all times.
We are pleased to welcome groups either for weekday, weekend or evening visits. We are overwhelmed and grateful to learn the distance people travel to visit our shop. We are happy for groups to use our workshop during their visit and would be pleased to prepare a short demonstration for your group. There is a large carpark and ample parking for cars and coaches.
As soon as you enter our shop you’ll be greeted by a colourful array of fabric bolts, fabric bundles, kits, books, patterns, wadding and notions.