Crafts

Crafts at Loch Tay

We've rounded up the best crafts at Loch Tay in our quest to discover brilliant family activities and attractions for you to visit. Discover the local artisans and their traditions. Observe how they work and learn how they make the beautiful artefacts you will want to take home from your adventure at Loch Tay.

Horn Carver

Established in 1959 our workshop and showroom is renowned for high quality hand made horn products. Innovative in design, this ancient natural material is given a contemporary twist in our workshops.

Horn Carver

Established in 1959 our workshop and showroom is renowned for high quality hand made horn products. Innovative in design, this ancient natural material is given a contemporary twist in our workshops.

Karelia House

Karelia House has grown from a small idea into an exciting destination. We have a fantastic selection of fabrics, yarns and so very much more! This crafters’ paradise is situated in a beautiful location where the rivers Lyon and Tay meet, 4 miles west of Aberfeldy.

Karelia House

Karelia House has grown from a small idea into an exciting destination. We have a fantastic selection of fabrics, yarns and so very much more! This crafters’ paradise is situated in a beautiful location where the rivers Lyon and Tay meet, 4 miles west of Aberfeldy.

Iron Fairy

Young professional artist living and working in Highland Perthshire, Heather is a designer who recycles industrial and agricultural scrap metal into sculptures reflecting the natural world. After leaving Breadalbane Academy, Aberfeldy in 2000 Heather followed her interest in horses and took a job on Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, working for a top dressage trainer. She returned at the end of the summer season for a short break , and while at home ,her mother, Morag B. Cumming (metal sculptor and painter at the Keltneyburn Smithy Gallery) offered Heather a few weeks work . It was then that Heather discovered a passion for sculpture and design.

Iron Fairy

Young professional artist living and working in Highland Perthshire, Heather is a designer who recycles industrial and agricultural scrap metal into sculptures reflecting the natural world. After leaving Breadalbane Academy, Aberfeldy in 2000 Heather followed her interest in horses and took a job on Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, working for a top dressage trainer. She returned at the end of the summer season for a short break , and while at home ,her mother, Morag B. Cumming (metal sculptor and painter at the Keltneyburn Smithy Gallery) offered Heather a few weeks work . It was then that Heather discovered a passion for sculpture and design.