We are a mother-daughter-daughter business. And what I mean by that is my mom (kids call her Nana) many many years ago got me into sewing, crocheting and needle crafts. Then we moved to Fernley when I was 9. I joined 4-H and my crafting took off from there. I have added so many crafts to my list of things I can do, it's easier to name the ones I can't! Now I have grown, moved out, got married and started my own family and have started to teach my kids as they are now interested in what mom and Nana does. So far they can sew, crochet, and knit. They have recently taken up beading and needle crafts.
So now, a little about myself....
I'm a wife, a mother, a farmer, and a prepper. I live on 5 acres with my husband and 4 kids. We currently garden and can our goods, raise chickens and rabbits, but I'm looking to expand to larger livestock for wool and milk production.
I am located in a small town of about 20,000 people 30 miles east of Reno, Nevada. I have been making crafts and sewing for as long as I can remember. I participated in 4-H where I showed sheep, make items in various craft groups and made items in sewing. I won many awards and ribbons over my 14 years in 4-H.
My shop hasn't been open very long, less than a year. And I have many plans for it's grown and success. My kids help me make products, package them and ship them out. My husband is around for moral support and helps when he can.
I'll add a link to Facebook here soon.