Thursday, June 24, 2010

A New Direction....

Hi all, I wanted to share and bring to your attention some wonderful creations by a sister crafter and a very sweet girl! Please meet Colleen Walker of Harvest House Primitives. She recently suffered a back injury and has had to take a new direction in her life. (I have a slide show of some pics below, don't miss it!) I knew she made some awesome craft items but never knew the extent of her talents. When I contacted her, this is what she said....

I will be happy to take customer orders online of cushions, cushion covers, duvets, valances, shower curtains, table linens,kitchen accessories pretty much anything that does not require me to fit fabric on a piece of furniture etc like a slip cover or upholstery. I will do pretty much any decor design a client chooses from Primitive, to French Country, to Shabby Chic and modern. I do carry some fabrics but not much as I cannot afford to hold the inventory. I have some homespuns and toiles and I have a source to get more toiles and other fabrics. I would be able to scan and email samples to clients and we can work from there.
If by any chance a client wants to go to the expense of sending fabric to me by mail for me to do work for them I am happy to do that to. As far as my studio I am open on the weekends as a shop and will of course discuss custom work with clients also.
If someone would like to contact me during the week and visit the studio they can call me at 613-478-2290 or send an email to me at  Colleen.

And here are her website/blog links....

Harvest House Primitives Blog
Custom Sewing Venture
Harvest House Primitives Website
Bonanzle Booth

In the following slide show are some pics of her past creations! If you see anything you need/like contact Colleen and help support a sister crafter in her new direction in life! Colleen hun, I see some kitchen goodies on your website I'll need when I make over my kitchen, and I LOVE the bedroom you made over just for yourself and own enjoyment! That is awesome and will be ordering as soon as I get to re-do mine after these surgeries!

Thanks so much for sharing these with us! Hugs, Libby