Sue Neal and Sue Johnson have some wonderful holiday gift ideas, see galleries
Stop #5 will be Sue Neal with ornaments(and cookies)
As a child Christmas at my Grandma’s house was always so special. She would make little ornaments and gifts for us and they meant so much. Her inspiration and memories helped me decided that is something I would like to do too! So, My Grandmas Christmas Memories, became my Christmas project to share with you. I’m at Stop no. 5, 63 Hill St., with Hey Sugar Bakegoods! Stop by and see us during the Holly Trail!
Stop #6 is Sue Johnson’s Quilted Treasures
15 years ago, Sue Johnson, along with her sister-law Tina Wightman, wanted to have a small gift shop in the house Sue grew up in. So they named it The Old Homestead and had it open for a few weeks around Christmas. The following year, they invited others to join them and the Holly Trail was born. This year, the Old Homestead was sold, but Sue wanted to continue on the Trail. And as luck would have it, she built a studio/shop at her home in 2016 at 3271 Proctor Road and it is just across the tracks from the Old Homestead. Sue makes all kinds of things from fabric and has been working on some Christmas Table runners and fabric bowls. She also does fiber art using wool to make penny rugs and animal ornaments to add to her collection.