Take home a hand-hooked rug or some handmade pottery

Tottie's Quilts, Rugs and Crafts

Hooking a rag rug reused precious scraps of fabric and worn out clothing.

 

Quilting grew out of the same need to be frugal with valuable resources while supplying the family with functional household items.

 

Both became art forms. In the heritage property Coyle House at 24 Dock Street, local volunteers put their skills and generations-deep know how to work, creating usuable and beautiful works of art.

 

Some of the proceeds from "Tottie's Store" go back into preserving and interpreting the Historic Shelburne Waterfront.

Shelburne's Historic Waterfront

Museums by the Sea

20 Dock Street, P.O. Box 39

Shelburne, Nova Scotia   B0T 1W0

Ph: 902-875-3219

Fax: 902-875-4141

E-mail:

shelburne.museum@ns.sympatico.ca

Retail email: shelburnemuseumsshop@gmail.com

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