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About Heather:
I own a small farm in the mountains of Tennessee where I strive to teach my children self-sufficiency and respect for nature. Widowed after 21 years of marriage to my high school sweetheart, I have a renewed appreciation for the simple joys in life. I have been blessed to find a new love who has joined us on this journey! I spend most days in my workshop, the garden or the greenhouse here on our farm.

I learned to sew as a child and began making my own clothes as a teenager. My other interests include: herbal medicine, inkle loom weaving, stained glass, gardening and 18th century living history.

Auntie Pam has been sewing for nearly 60 years and has owned her own heirloom sewing business for almost 30 years. She also enjoys french hand embroidery, smocking, pine needle basket weaving and 18th century…

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  • Born on May 4
  • Joined September 9, 2010

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About

About Heather:
I own a small farm in the mountains of Tennessee where I strive to teach my children self-sufficiency and respect for nature. Widowed after 21 years of marriage to my high school sweetheart, I have a renewed appreciation for the simple joys in life. I have been blessed to find a new love who has joined us on this journey! I spend most days in my workshop, the garden or the greenhouse here on our farm.

I learned to sew as a child and began making my own clothes as a teenager. My other interests include: herbal medicine, inkle loom weaving, stained glass, gardening and 18th century living history.

Auntie Pam has been sewing for nearly 60 years and has owned her own heirloom sewing business for almost 30 years. She also enjoys french hand embroidery, smocking, pine needle basket weaving and 18th century living history.

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