The vision for Harvest Goods began when Katie became a mom, she had always loved art but as her son grew (and napped) it became one of her most beloved past times. Katie and her husband joyfully welcomed another member to their family with their adopted newborn daughter just weeks before having their second son. During her second pregnancy, Katie became so ill, she turned to embroidery for comfort and distraction. As she stitched, the idea for Harvest Goods grew into a way to help financially prepare for their growing family and adoption expenses. Adoption is at the heart of Harvest Goods Co. 10% of their profits go towards helping other families in the process.
Katie has had a passion for creating her whole life and in a variety of mediums. From leather goods and custom watercolors, to illustrating a children’s book, Katie loves to experiment and learn. Her embroidery inspiration comes from nature and what she sees on her evening walks with her family—they love exploring the trails around their home in Arkansas. Katie is constantly energized and invigorated by the beautiful pops of color in the botanicals and critters they meet along the way. She is also incredibly passionate about natural health and is an herbalist in training.