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Visit our vibrant studio for tempting textile accessories for you and your home. Ideal for unique gifts too! With two makers working mainly with upcycled materials, we offer a wide selection of quality products. Practical bags beautifully made by Gwynneth Masson using vintage tweed and furnishing fabrics. Morag Gray makes doorstops, cushions, and artwork with wonderful textures and colour combinations. Always keen to talk textiles and share ideas, Morag offers workshops in Creative Textile techniques at home and for groups. From Abernyte Kirkside studios is along Church road opposite the school, pass the church and park in second opening on right.

Gwynneth Masson

Anne is an Orcadian Artist/Printmaker working in a variety of printmaking techniques from one-off monoprints, etching and relief print – all are hand inked and printed as limited editions. Also on show, from Anne’s garden studio are mixed media drawings along with a variety of greetings cards, all inspired by the beautiful landscapes and coastal areas around Scotland.

Anne Russell – Printmaker

Come and visit my burnside studio set in a beautiful garden in Dalguise. I paint atmospheric landscapes with an emphasis on light and pattern. Figures, wild swimmers, animals and birds sometimes make an appearance. My landscape paintings are mostly acrylic, sometimes involving collage and other mixed media techniques. I work in layers of paint: some translucent some thicker and more opaque, and these are often wiped back or dissolved to reveal details and patterns beneath. I also work in textiles. There will be a selection of small gift items: jewellery, handmade notebooks and sketchbooks and bags. Teas available in the conservatory.

Karin Borland

Jane Drysdale creates hand crafted kiln formed glass in her garden studio on the outskirts of Crieff. Her studio and conservatory gallery are open by appointment during the year, just give her a ring. However, during the festival she will open up her work space to share some of the secrets of the processes involved and you may get the chance to make something small yourself.

Barkley Glass

Karelia House has grown from a small idea into an exciting destination – a destination for anyone who wants only the best. We have a fantastic selection of fabrics, yarns and so very much more! This crafters’ paradise is situated in a very beautiful rural location where the rivers Lyon and Tay meet, some 4 miles west of Aberfeldy. You cannot fail to enjoy your journey through the beautiful Perthshire scenery and the area offers many wonderful activities and retail experiences! If you want the best results, use the best ingredients – this applies to cooking, knitting, patchwork, painting or anything you do and that is the philosophy followed by everyone at Karelia House. Relax in front of a cosy wood-burning stove and enjoy a coffee and home-bake. Our fabulous showroom is bursting with the colour and texture of our yarn and fabric. You can also have a demonstration with our Brother sewing and embroidery machines – these state-of-the-art sewing machines show what amazing creations are possible.

Karelia House Yarn and Fabric

Brewing juicy fruity berry-loaded award-winning country wines made by sourcing local fruit. Visit us for refreshments and watch our wine-making professionals work their magic at our strange Scottish Winery. We offer winery tours on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays at 12.30 and 2.15. The Pickled Peacock cafe is now open for bookings to sit in and takeaway and opens 10am – 5pm seven days a week – see our dedicated Facebook page for bookings https://www.facebook.com/PickledP.

Cairn o’ Mohr Berry Wines

I’m a printmaker, photographer and designer. My printmaking tends to be one off monoprints often utilising other media. My photography is varied from digital to historic processes and polaroid, often using some work in creation of monoprints. Come and see my work, and my studio where some of the work is created.

Sheila Borthwick

I have a studio (202) at Perth’s Creative Exchange which I share with my wife Evelyn. I am a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and the areas I work in are Painting, Printmaking and Collage. I am a member of the SSA and a Professional Member of VAS. As well as contributing to their exhibitions I have also exhibited in the annual exhibitions of the RSA and RSW.

Richard White