I sew pretty much everyday so you can imagine how fast things pile up. So a few years ago I decided to open my online shop to sell some of the things I make.
I have been selling on Etsy since July 30, 2014. I make baby burp cloths, receiving blankets and small kitchen niche like bowl and plate cozies, hanging tea towels, reusable shopping bags and aprons. I enjoy making fabric lanyards and fob wristlets as well.
In addition to Etsy, I keep another small (web) site shop here on my website which exhibits my creations that are for sale at Boutique Boss Babes Artisan shop located at 471 304th Street, Kimberley, (Marysville) BC.
How I got into quilting:
Several years ago now, I was mesmerized by the quilting my best friend had done. It was a bucket list thing, something I had always wanted to learn. My grandmother was a quilter and I had a couple of her quilts that needed dire repair. My friend taught me the basics, and I was off and running! That was over 7 years ago now.
Since we moved to the east Kootenay region of BC, I’ve been enjoying getting out to local craft fairs.
Please feel free to browse over some of the things I have made on my portfolio page.
I love vintage Singer sewing machines. Although I have downsized due to moving house a couple of times in the past couple years, upon the latest count, I have a grand total of 17 sewing machines. Two of them are my modern machines; my daily driver, my Singer Confidence Quilter 7469 and my Janome 550e embroidery machine. The other 15 are all vintage! You can check them out on my museum page.