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Handmade Dish Towels Stationery Pillows Cloth Napkins

Raleigh, North Carolina · 515 Sales

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Handmade Dish Towels Stationery Pillows Cloth Napkins

Raleigh, North Carolina 515 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Lindsey

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5 out of 5 stars
(218)
leighmc

leighmc on Dec 24, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I bought this as a gift for someone who loves anything western. She loved it. Thank you:)

susantwest7

susantwest7 on Oct 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I cannot wait to display and use this this holiday. It is lovely, exactly as pictured, and arrived very quickly.

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These are the last of the tote bags that I will be creating! They have been a wonderful addition to my shop, but I am ready to focus on some new items. Grab yours now before they are all gone!

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my story

My mom taught me how to cross stitch when I was young and patiently would untie the knots I created in my thread...every single time.

I remember sitting on the couch with a woman who was babysitting as she taught me how to hand stitch my first pillow. It was made of the ugliest fuzzy yellow material, but I was so proud of it.

I still think fondly of the different women who taught me sewing in all of the home ec classes I took in high school. No matter how "uncool" it seemed to many of my classmates, I was never ashamed of learning how to sew clothing.

My mother-in-law gave me a sewing machine for Christmas one year, much to my delight. It was such a wonderful and thoughtful gift.

My great-great aunt was an artist who kept her talents hidden until one day they were unearthed and I was fortunate enough to give them new life.

When I went to visit my grandmother for what no one wanted to admit was the last time before lung cancer would become too much for her, she passed onto me her love of quilting. She left me bags of fabric, quilting books and supplies, patterns written in her own hand, and hole in my heart where she had been.

So, while I stand before you as a one-woman shop humbly offering her wares to you, I do not stand alone. The stories of many other women have helped me to create my own.

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  • Lindsey

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    i love making a home for my family. i love finding orange mushrooms on a walk in the woods. i love reading anything worthwhile. i love following christ where he leads. i love bright, colorful fabrics set against a crisp white. i love drinking coffee.

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