A portion of all my profits is donated to a local charity that helps fund volunteer firefighter’s in the Texas Panhandle. My grandmother was killed in 2006 by an enormous wildfire in Texas, and the fund was set up in her honor. Because she was my biggest role model, I find it only fitting to give back as much as I can.
I'm hopelessly addicted to hot tea.
I knit when I should be doing a lot of other things.
I ride a Harley Davidson with my husband every chance I get.
I yearn for simplicity!
What got you started crafting?
My grandmother was an avid crafter, and one of my best friends. I learned much of what I know from her and my mom. I came by it honestly, and don't think there was anyway around becoming a crafter!
What is your source of inspiration?
Just knowing that I can take what essentially is nothing more than a long string and turn it into something beautiful is enough for me!
What have you made recently?
I'm knitting something new every day. Recently, I've been making things to help keep my long hair off my face, and will be working a baby blanket for a friend as soon as we find out what she is having!
Where do you sell your crafts presently?
I sell locally to friends, and at craft fairs, and also on my Etsy site. I hope soon to also have a few things featured in locally owned boutiques.
Why are handmade crafts important to you?
I could go on and on. Handmade products are the result of the creator's heart. Handmade products are always one of a kind! I would much rather support an individual by purchasing something handmade, than by sending my money to some huge chain store.