Meet the Maker – Needle and Pine

Meet: Needle and Pine

Needle and Pine is a husband and wife team who creates beautiful mountain shelves from salvaged and reclaimed wood. Stephanie also creates and sews cozy mountain pillows . Both their shelves and pillows are sure to bring a piece of the outdoors in and to any part of your home. Find them at the Makers of Alberta Spring market on May 6, Apple Creek Golf Course.

Tell us about yourself?

A husband and wife team – living the simple handcrafted life

What do you make and create?

We create home decor items inspired by nature and the Rocky Mountains

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What makes them uniquely handmade?

We use salvaged, reclaimed and even foraged material. We make each of our designs unique and authentic to our personal style.

When did you first get started in the handmade world?

We’ve always been makers – but officially started our handmade business in 2014

What made you or how did you get started in the handmade world?

We started by making gifts for each other – then for others – and now for everyone

 

What are your hope and dreams for the future of your business?

We hope to live a simple natural life. Making a living through our handmade business and self-sustaining our family.

Do you have a “motto” or “mantra” that helps you get through days when things aren’t going quite right?

“Live a quiet life – minding your own business – and working with your hands” Thessalonians 4:11

Where can we find your handmade products? Online or In-Store

In our Etsy shop http://www.needleandpineshop.etsy.ca and in local retailers around YYC

Social media links.

http://www.instagram.com/needle_and_pine

 

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