My name is Rhonda Spiers and my sister and business partner is Rebecca Street. Three years ago we created 2nd Crop Sisters, a little shop located inside The Shoppes at Emma Kate's Cottage in Attalla, AL. We call ourselves 2nd Crop Sisters because our parents thought their family was complete with four children. Surprise...seven years later, the stork dropped Rebecca; ten years later, I fell off the cabbage truck! So our daddy always referred to us as their second crop.
From our very creative mama, we learned to sew and to appreciate fine fabrics, fine needle craft, and the satisfaction of producing lovely things. Today our work reflects the aesthetics she instilled.
We both shop from our hearts, choosing only those things that we would proudly display in our own homes. We appreciate styles that range from the refined to the primitive.
While we both love high end silks and linens, we also adore grain sacks and ticking. Formal antiques causes our hearts to race, but an old pine chest stops us in our tracks.
I live two hours from 2nd Crop Sisters but Rebecca lives five minutes away. She has a real knack for styling, shuffling, and stacking our booth. I credit her with keeping the place fluffed and beautiful.
Please enjoy the tour
2nd Crop Sisters
Some of our handmade creations
Rebecca's Upcycled Tops
You can also find 2nd Crop Sisters on facebook.
Visit me on my blog, Blue Creek Home.
AND..We are going to be at City Farmhouse Pop Up Tent Show in Franklin, TN Oct. 17 and 18
We would love to meet ya'll there!
Thanks again, Linda.