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Living Uniquely with ODDS ‘n ENDS by Tina...

Spend time with ODDS 'n ENDS and peruse our handcrafted chocolates, leather goods, local handcrafted jewelry, paintings from area artists, hand carved wooden bowls and spoons, weavings, books from local authors, dream catchers, up-cycled items, quilts, baby alpaca wear, cold-processed soaps, vintage jewelry, and previously enjoyed decorum. Most pieces are one-of-a-kind, and can't be duplicated once they are gone. Gift wrapping is available for your unique gift purchases. A literature area is available in the foyer...please stop by for information on area attractions and events, or just to say "Hello".
Baby Alpaca Wear... Image
Baby Alpaca Wear
Our beautiful Alpaca wool sweaters and wraps are handcrafted in Peru. The Alpaca wool is harvested from Alpacas on Peruvian farms, then processed and woven into sweaters by skilled weavers. Your purchase will directly benefit the livelihood of our Peruvian crafters.
Baby Alpaca wool is as soft as cashmere. It is light, durable, and even hypoallergenic.

Hand wash, lay flat to dry; or, dry clean.
 
Cabin on the Cove Gallery... Image
Cabin on the Cove Gallery offers exquisite, handcrafted Down East paintings and greating cards
 
Loon Mountain Leatherworks... Image
Loon Mountain Leatherworks offers exquisite, handcrafted leather products that will last a lifetime. Each piece is carefully constructed using the finest materials available resulting in one-of-a-kind functional leathergoods.
 
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~~ Faye Hodgkins ~~

Faye Hodgkins is home-town grown. Schooled at Ella Lewis School in Steuben and at Sumner Memorial High School, she never settled too far away. Though having traveled to distant shores, the Atlantic coast of Maine is her home.

Sewing began for her in her teen years on an old treadle Singer sewing machine. At that time, Home Economics was a real class in High School and sewing was part of the course, although not one she relished.

After years away from the craft, Faye returned to sewing in 1998 when she took a quilting course at Sumner’s Adult Ed with Grace Gerrish. The quilt made in that class still graces her bed and is a reminder of humble beginnings. With nearly 300 quilts under her machine since then, Faye is a prolific quilt maker.

After 20 years of piecing quilts and quilting them on her domestic sewing machine, Faye is now a professional long arm quilter. She has been quilting for clients since 2012, some as far away as Texas with one quilt sent to Australia. In addition, Faye teaches sewing and quilting. A Quilting 201 course is offered at Narraguagus High School in both the autumn and spring. The quilting studio she opened in 2015 at her home on Route One provides an opportunity for classes on Saturdays as well as a view of the many quilts she has available for sale.
 
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These must have goodies are unique and one of a kind that you can find here for who knows how long?