Meet this week's maker, Christina from Evelyn Pearl Bow Co!
Christina likes to be busy by nature, and this has driven the evolution of what once was a kitchen table time filler, to a full on family affair. Evelyn and Pearl are the middle names of her two daughters, which are family names from her and her husband's grandmothers, both of which who were creative, driven, and uncompromising women. These are the qualities that she wishes to instil in her girls, as well as strive to adhere by in her business.
Whether you’re rocking a messy bun or matching your little one, you’ll always have a piece to hold it all together with Christina's creations.
Carry on reading to learn more about Evelyn Pearl Bow Co!
Hair accessories including scrunchies and hairbands, as well as bows and infinity bands, that are suitable for all ages and designed to elevate any outfit.
Like so many other makers, I started this venture while on maternity leave in order to fill some time, but I ended up falling in love with the process of creating accessories for my daughter. Evelyn Pearl Bow Co. has not only grown from my kitchen table to a dedicated work space, but has evolved into so much more than I had imagined at the outset.
I've always loved creating. Even as a kid, I would ask my mom to get me fabric and thread to make pencil cases with, but I never learned how to use a sewing machine until much later, when my mother-in-law taught me and gave me my husband's grandmother's machine. I fell in love with sewing and creating all over again. Alongside that, I love the maker community and the connections it brings with it.
Early mornings, walks, and bouncing ideas off of others. And coffee!
Currently I love the large removable bow scrunchies. I mean, who doesn't love a scrunchie?
I love my Little Buck
hat, and the matching ones my girls have. I think they are such an inspiring family business, and I love watching them grow.
My most popular product is definitely my removable bow scrunchies. I think people like the versatility of the removable bow and the variety of sizes and colours.
I am a teacher! I teach Grade 3/4, and I teach across the hall from my husband who teaches the next grade up.