Megan Gust's Profile
I lost my Grandmother when I was a young teenager. My grandmother meant the world to me. I never grieved her loss then, because I don't think I was able to wrap my mind around how important she was in my life. Now at 28 years old I finally have began to grieve her loss. She has missed some remarkable moments in my life. . .meeting my husband, our marriage, the birth of my nieces and nephews. I also realized that there are many more milestones she will be missing. I recently have inherited some of her things that are the most precious items in my life. I also inherited a love for craft and making things that will make other people happy. She has given me my most precious gift, which is the gift of GIVING.
I have created beautiful hand embroidered hand towels, tea towels, and napkins. Each stitch is a stitch of love and I am bringing this love to you and your household. I am hoping these things will be passed down…
- Born on June 17
- Joined January 3, 2012