to Mearnscraft, a site devoted to Scottish cross stitch and needlecraft. Being Scots ourselves, we know that wherever they live, people
of Scots descent are intensely proud of their Scottish heritage.
aim is to provide a choice of high quality needlecraft kits
and charts that will appeal to Scots and friends of Scotland the
world over and our wide range of counted cross-stitch
kits and charts is devoted almost entirely to Scottish and Celtic subjects.
You'll find nearly all our designs on this site. All our kits are made by us here in Angus using top quality materials.
SHOPPING WITH MEARNSCRAFT
use Paypal to process all our transactions.
Paypal is safe, secure and simple. And do remember that even if
you don't have a Paypal account, you can still make payments through Paypal using
your normal credit or debit cards.
Alternatively, if you wish to order by post rather than on-line, we are happy to accept cheques drawn on UK clearing banks payable to M.D. Thorpe.
We regret that we do not accept cheques drawn on foreign banks as the cost of transacting these often comes to more than the cost of the goods.
UK sales: Carriage will be charged at £1.40 for one or two items and £1.87 for three or more items.
Europe: Carriage will be charged at £3.85 for one or two items and £5.95 for three or more items.
Rest of the World: Carriage will be charged at £5.15 for one or two items and £9.00 for three or more items.
These charges will be added at the checkout.
note that we do not hold stock, but make most kits up to order.
There may therefore be a delay of up to 14
days before your order is despatched.
information about our terms of trade, returns, privacy, etc., please
see our Policies page.
Please let us know if you have any problems at all with this site - unless
we know about them, we won't be able to rectify them. Otherwise,
we very much hope that you enjoy your time here and that you'll
visit us again from time to time.
87 Charleston Village, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.
Tel. (+44) (0)1307 840451
site was written and designed by David Thorpe, Mearnscraft.
© Mearnscraft 1999 - 2017.