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The Crafty Fox in County Louth is an award winning craft shop in the heart of Drogheda and is simply packed full of crafting materials. It also hosts craft classes and workshops.

The Crafty Fox retail outlet in County Louth, is a specialist supplier of fabrics for both quilting and crafting. It proudly stocks one of the largest craft cotton fabric selections in Ireland. From fabric to felting supplies, yarns to haberdashery and trims to premade gifts, selling great quality supplies to the community of crafters.

Fabric brands on display include Tilda, Liberty of London, Moda, Clothworks, Timeless Treasures, Northcott and Blank Quilting. Yarn brands for sale include Rico, King Cole, Stylecraft, Sirdar, DMC and Studio Donegal. Clubs, classes and workshops are held in the purpose built classroom, where The Crafty Fox share their ideas, knowledge, advice and passion.

If you are unable to visit the store in person, you can still get what you need by visiting their online store, where you will find a wonderful variety of products. The Crafty Fox simple philosophy is, life is for living, laughing and crafting.

Why we like it
  • The Crafty Fox is an independent craft shop and stocks one of the largest craft cotton fabric selections in Ireland.
  • Browse a great selection of gifts, kits, trimmings and haberdashery.
  • They stock a huge range of fabrics, from value poplin to designer quilt cottons, yarns and wool tops for felting.
  • Crafting clubs, classes and workshops are held in a purpose built classroom.
Family friendly
Free to visit
Rainy days
Paid car parking
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Contact details
51 St Laurence St, Lagavooren, Drogheda, Co. Louth, A92 DD37, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 30 minutes to 1 hour here.

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