Welcome to Two Artisan Sisters!

This is the Grand Opening of Two Artisan Sisters New Website!  

We now have Free Shipping and there are a number of greatly reduced items throughout the shop!  
We are still in the process of reorganizing our stock and transferring many of our items to our new website. You can also find us at www.twoartisansisters.biz

We hope you will visit us at both locations. Our knitted, crocheted and sewn items are all handmade by us and are Proudly Handmade In The USA. We use only the finest materials available combined with a lot of loving care and attention to detail.

In order to preserve our environment we are firm believers in reduce, reuse and recycle so we search far and wide to bring you the finest in vintage clothing, patterns, housewares and other unique vintage and antique treasures and give them a new lease on life! !

We are a smoke-free studio however, for those with severe allergies we are definitely pet friendly since our two chiefs of security are rescued frisky terrier mixes who take their job very seriously!

Our websites:
http://www.twoartisansisters.com
http://www.twoartisansisters.biz
http://www.twoartisansisters.net

https://ww.artfire.com/ext/shop/home/TwoArtisanSisters

 

 

 


Two Artisan Sisters Bio -

As our studio name indicates we are two sisters, Ruth and Marilyn, who not only differ in age but also in our tastes and talents. We both have had a flair for unique elegance from an early age! We both handle the creative side of the business. Ruth, who has a B.S. degree in Business Education and Economics, is the full-time creative force and handles the day to day operations of the business. Marilyn is a full time professor in Educational Leadership and Finance at the local university, and manages to find time to do her creations part-time. With the encouragement of family and friends we decided it was time to share our combined talents with others.  


Two Artisan Sisters Interests -

In addition to knitting, crocheting and sewing we also enjoy watercolor and acrylic painting, home improvement projects, woodworking projects, gardening, cooking, traveling, going to garage sales and auctions collecting vintage and antique items.