Handmade goods, carefully crafted from beautiful wood in a small studio nestled in rural Prince Edward Island. From rolling pins, serving boards and rustic home accents, everything is made to be used, enjoyed and passed down to future generations.
How to purchase my work
With the growth of my shop and increased demand for my work I have found it time consuming to keep both my own online store and my Etsy shop updated and fresh. To give me more time in my wood studio I have decided to sell exclusively through my Etsy Shop. Etsy now has direct checkout allowing shoppers to purchase with debit or credit cards while also keeping the Paypal option. I love Etsy, they have been wonderful promoters of my handmade goods.
I have added many new works along with old favorites to my shop in time for Holiday Gift Shopping. Many are made with beautiful local woods and others crafted from wonderful species that do not grow here but have been sustainably harvested.
Please feel free to contact me if something catches your eye but you would like to make a few changes perhaps in the size or the species of wood. Or if you have something special in mind that you think would be wonderful, many of my works have been the brainchild of my customers who need something that does not yet exist.
Many of the beautiful photographs on this page are the work of Heather Ogg Photography
I am a mason jar lover and after I made the wood lids for those jars it made me think that if wood lids look so great on the mason jars, they would also be fabulous on the large pantry jars. I had just put some open shelving in my kitchen and had some large […]
This week the residents of Charlottetown will witness the heartbreaking removal of 320 of some of the oldest and most majestic trees in the city. Elms tagged as affected by Dutch Elm Disease [DED] are being cut, stacked and then carted to a pit for burial by two independent contractors hired by city. While […]
I couldn’t even begin to count the number of rolling pins that have been turned on my lathe…..probably scare me to know. A rolling pin was my first lathe project while I was in my Fine Woodworking Program, it took me two whole days from the time I mounted it on the lathe to […]