BeckLee Cottage Designs

Supporting Art and the Planet

October 29, 2011
by Linda Strother
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 I asked our friend Pam from PK Fabrics to tell us how she has time to manage 2 shops here is what she has to say. thanks PK for all of your support.   How do I balance 2 shops? would have to see the world in Pammyvision to understand, lol. I am an OCD, hyperactive insomniac. That allows me the time and energy to do whatever I need to do, hahahaha. I’m one of those people you just want to slap around....I don’t do naps, not a big fan of shopping, don’t watch TV much and I like being at home.    Oh! And I love sweets....totally addicted to designer cupcakes at the moment. Nothing to spur you on like a good sugar rush! When you combine it all and add a little workaholic in to the mix, you have 2 Etsy stores, woohoo! But the best part of all of it is that I’m able to do something I love. I have a passion for fabric and creating. When you are able to do something you love, you have the ability to do it well.     pk 300x225 Guest Post By Pam Of PK Fabrics and PK Stuff

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August 2, 2011
by Linda Strother

Tueasday Feature: Woven Threads

 Wow, I am so excited this is our first time for featuring a weaver and a man! There are not that many guys on Etsy and I have only known one other male weaver from years ago.  You must read about Matt, … Continue reading

July 25, 2011
by Linda Strother

Tuesday Feature: Etsy's LuckyHappenstance

This week we hear from a fellow North Carolinian, Claudia from LuckyHappenstance.  Gotta love her vintage sewing patterns and  we did wear those styles in the 70's 🙂 but I will only admit to some of them ha! Take a stroll … Continue reading

April 12, 2011
by Linda Strother

Tuesday Feature: Sew Upscale of Asheville Etsy Street Team

This week we head to Morganton, NC not too far from Asheville, where we find the lovely shop of Asheville Etsy Street Team member Linda Johnson of Sew Upscale. I admire people you can take scraps of fabric and create a landscape … Continue reading