I like to get my craft on… if that wasn’t clear already.
Here’s a quick history of the shops that I currently have up and open.

2012 was an important year for me because I decided to start an Etsy shop. Up until that point, I was just crafting and crafting, but with no purpose. Starting a shop gave me a purpose and made me motivated during downtime in between college assignments and breaks.

A lot of my shop featured one of a kind clothes and accessories that I originally made for myself but never wore. Eventually it developed into a one of a kind clothing and accessory shop that featured items without the intention of making for myself. Of course I do still have my style in mind when sewing up a storm.

Fast forward to 2014 – I was majoring in illustration and started craving more illustrative work and other crafts that involved less sewing and more painting. I felt that these items didn’t fit into what I was selling on Etsy. I was all for the idea of opening a new shop, which I did on Storenvy.

When 2015 began, I felt encouraged to design more illustrations and patterns using the website Redbubble. I enjoyed having more freedom and less pressure to design without having to create the finished products themselves.

The end of 2015 into 2016 brought my mind a little elsewhere when I tried to find what to do with scraps of fabric which I really seemed to be collecting. I took interest in rag weaving and have been spending my time creating fun and one of a kind rag weave bags using these scraps and fun embellishments.

While my Etsy shop is currently closed (indefinitely), you can view available hand made products in my Storenvy shop, and illustrative work on Redbubble.

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Feel free to take a browse and even make a purchase if anything tickles your fancy! It gives me an excuse to keep making.

Thanks for your support!

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