WellheadDesigns

Goddess-inspired fine crochet, crafts and pagan artwork

Cheltenham, England

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Announcement    Creators of Goddess-inspired fine crochet, crafts and pagan artworks, made with love in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds.

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Last updated on 06 Sep, 2020

Creators of Goddess-inspired fine crochet, crafts and pagan artworks, made with love in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds.

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David Thompson

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David Thompson

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About WellheadDesigns

Sales 18
On Etsy since 2013

Fine crochet and artworks from the foot of the Cotswold hills

We are David and Geoff - artist and designers of bespoke crochet and knitwear, living in a small village just outside of Cheltenham Spa, the Gateway to the Cotswolds.

Both of us have knitted and crocheted since our teens; Geoff has also studied fashion and dressmaking, and David has studied Fine Art and fashion design. Our particular passion in crochet is for creating heirloom shawls, wraps, stoles and scarves for that special occasion - be it Christening, Graduation Ball or Wedding - worked in lace, cobweb and 2-ply yarns in the finest alpaca, merino and silk.

Each shawl is designed and crafted with exquisite care and love, and can take many weeks to complete (the finest lace shawls, anything up to six months), but we hope that each one will be welcomed as a hug-in-yarn, crafted especially for you.

David is also an abstract artist and painter, and a select few of his unique canvases and commissions are also available for sale via our shop.

Shop members

  • David Thompson

    Owner

  • Geoff Lorton

    Owner

Shop policies

Last updated on 25 November, 2019
We are David and Geoff - designers of bespoke crochet and knitwear, living in a small village just outside of Cheltenham Spa, the Gateway to the Cotswolds.

Both of us have knitted and crocheted since our teens; Geoff has also studied fashion and dressmaking, and David has studied Fine Art and fashion design. Our particular fascination is for creating heirloom shawls, wraps, stoles and scarves for that special occasion - be it Christening, Graduation Ball or Wedding - worked in lace, cobweb and 2-ply yarns in the finest alpaca, merino and silk.

Each shawl is designed and crafted with exquisite care and love, and can take many weeks to complete (the finest lace shawls, anything up to six months), but we hope that each one will be welcomed as a hug-in-yarn, crafted especially for you.

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Apple Pay Gift card
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Dispatch items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalised orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
We try to ensure that all photos of our items are accurate and true colour, but differences in your monitor colour profile may alter some colours - if you have doubts or questions about a piece, then please feel free to contact us directly.

Please note though, that we are not a catalogue shop and cannot provide a "try before you buy" service: please ensure that you closely check the details, size and description of each item before you place an order. We will of course provide a refund if you really do need to return a piece, but items will need to be returned at your expense. Please contact us first so that we can try to minimise any postal expenses for the both of us.
Payment
Both Credit card and Paypal payments are accepted.
Delivery
Your items will be presented in a presentation box, carefully wrapped and packaged to ensure safe arrival.

Craft items are normally sent as 2nd class parcels, and are free to UK addresses; I'm afraid that we still have to charge a small fee for international shipping to cover the additional postage charges.

If you are local (or passing through) then you are, of course, welcome to collect your item in person, for free.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you would like to commission a piece, please simply contact us with your requirements, and we will see what we can do.

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Last updated on 25 Nov, 2019
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