July Shop News


Summer is really going by fast. Our July is full of things to do and in August we have a two week camping trip, then a birthday party to be planned and somewhere in between back to school shopping. 

After the vintage bazaar ( which you can read more on that here via my blog ) I still had some leftover pieces, handmade and vintage goods to bring to my booth at Crompton Collective. 


I brought in the black oak dresser, a old wall cabinet with a glass door and some hand blocked fabric buntings. I completely forgot to take the cleaner and paper towels off the dresser before taking photos. 


The hutch/dresser was brought in as well as the metal industrial card catalog that comes with a stand. The boy painting is old and I just love the colors in it. This picture doesn't do it justice. 


My hand blocked and stenciled towels and hand blocked pillow covers. The pillow forms are also made in the USA. 


I also brought some mini banners in. Only one Massachusetts. I sold the rest at the show. I would like to make more when I can get a chance to go fabric shopping. 


Its nice to have my space full of furniture and handmade goods. 


I will update next month with new store photos.  

May News

There are some new items in my booth!


Its really starting to feel like spring around here. I just recently filled my booth at Crompton Collective with new fun colors and floral fabrics pieces to brighten your home. 


There are news stools, tables, chairs, coffee tables and some smalls including cute birdhouse bookends, vintage pyrex mixing bowls, chalkboard hanging signs, wall candleholders, fabric wall art and a Nantucket print in a bright yellow frame.


Come visit my booth and all the other amazing venders at Crompton Collective on 135 Green St in Worcester,Ma. Support local artist and shop local. 

February Shop News #2

Some new items in the shop this week. 


I love sewing pillow covers...this time I made 4 Scandinavian style, or cross however you like to call them and only one navy chevron.  I use high quality pillow forms that are made in the USA. They are machine washable and non-allergin. Its important to me to use quality inserts. The fabrics I used are mainly a products of the USA also. They are usually always high designer fabric. I prewash all my fabric before cutting and sewing and take my time to make sure they are to last. 

I brought in more towels. Hand dyed gray towels with crosses and mini triangles and a hand dyed pink towel with hearts and arrows.

I added a triangle pattern to these vintage linen napkins I had in my bin of other napkins and fabrics. Up-cycling old napkins to make new again.


Lastly I brought in this hanging heart bunting. The hearts are made of felt and a gray zebra like pattern. With a creme satin ribbon. I also brought in heart paper garlands. Although great for valentine's day decorations...they are can be hung up all year round!

Make your valentine's day gifts unique! Shop local and shop handmade. Visit my booth at Crompton Collective.