Taylor Lee and Sarah Ferguson have hot-glue in their veins and can name seven types of fibercraft faster than you can name the seven dwarves.
We are long-time Raleigh residents with a love of creating, and a penchant for hoarding craft supplies. We have teamed up to build our crafty dream clubhouse, and you're all invited.
Taylor started her making and creating adventures by her mother's and grandmother's sides, trying out anything she could get her hands on. She loves exploring and experimenting with new crafts, and then sharing that experience with others. With a background in communications and accounting, crafting has always been more of a hobby, until now.
Sarah has been turning things into other things for as long as she can remember. She has taught craft skills to kids and adults formally and informally for years, and currently teaches sewing classes at the Cary Arts Center. She used to live in a beautiful house with a cozy craft studio, but lately it's become a Craft House with cozy studio space to live in.
Sarah's Craft Habits: turning found objects into pendant necklaces, making too many yarn pom-poms while watching TV, thinking up puns about crafts.