Owner: Emma Sarsfield
Creations from the Heart, her very popular crocheted top dish towels are always a staple at the store. She does beautiful Swarovski crystal jewelry, including earrings, necklaces and bracelets. She works fulltime, is a mother of busy children and finds creating relaxing.
Owner: Rosie Moorhead
Residing in the greater Latrobe area with her husband, Rosie finds time to make adorable, cute and quirky folk art sculptures sewn and stuffed from fine fabrics including imported mohair and specialty wools. Many animals and characters are tiny and are finely crafted to detail the eyes, feet, hands and even beaks! Just looking at these charming creations will make you smile.
Owner: Tracy Grajewski
Tracy Grajewski, busy mother of 2, wife and business professional she finds her “outlet” in collectibles and antiques. She has quite a collection of glass wear from Jeannette, Westmoreland and Lenox glass. Antique doll accessories, vintage jewelry, wall accents, and pictures can be some of the things you will find in Tracy’s space!
Owner: Mike & Misty Huber
Lakeside Hideaway Creations was born out of a love for wood. Precise craftsmanship is obvious in the detail work on his ornaments, wine glass stems and trinity candles. Misty loves to create unique jewelry incorporating wood into the pieces. They are a close-knit family with 3 children which they homeschool.
Owners: Christine Wolfe & Karen Esthright
Christine Wolfe & Karen Esthright – Are the creators of Woolley Patches clothing. These ladies take wool sweaters and clothing and transform them into a new work of art. Sewing, surging strips of fabric and sweaters into a new hoodie, capelet, coat, jackets, skirts, and hats. You are sure to get compliments when wearing these pieces.
Special occassion invitations, including weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, browse thousands of designs through Latrobe Card and Gift, Carol Dziak will assist you with personal service to get the perfect design and price you are looking for. With the Eclectique discount of 40% off the listed prices on most designs, you can’t beat that price anywhere. Meet with Carol and look over the designs, and come up with the perfect combination of invitations, directional cards, r.s.v.p. cards and more.
Owner: Patty Clark
Patty has an eye for nature and captures it in her beautiful prints, notecards & postcards. What is so unique is it is all local photography taken right in Westmoreland County. She labels the back with the source of the image so you will have a keepsake and conversation piece.
Owner: Elaine Smith
Elaine’s Art Cottage holds a wide variety of creative artwork. From hand crocheted dog sweaters to beautiful rugs and scarves she can make just about anything out of yarn! Her steady hand brings animals to life for note cards, framed photos and more. Give her a photo of your pet and she can transform it into original art. She also can sculpt unique designs from polymer clay creating, leprechauns, witches, Santa Clause faces and more.
Owner: Rosine Dull
Rosine Dull has had over 18 years experience in the Boutique business, with her offerings of Brighton, John Mederios, Vera Bradley, Kendra Scott jewelry, handbags and accessories,you will be sure to find a must have item for your wardrobe or collection. She currently is a style consultant for Stella Dot.
Owner: Rebecca Hamilton
Rebecca is the owner of Peacock Valley Gifts, she has an entire room of natural, homemade, health, home and beauty products in the store. She brings many talents, from crocheted goods to candle making. A heart of gold, she donates a portion of all her sales to her church and believes strongly in family values. A wife, mother, and a grounded soul, she is a true asset to our team.
OWNER: SUE BUCKLES
Meet Sue Buckles, she carries a huge variety with upcycled furniture, wreaths, doilies, table cloths, table runners, vintage items, tea pots, tea cups, homemade dog jerkey, dog care accessories such as ear wipes and paw wax, You just never know what Sue will be bringing in!
Sharon makes hand iced custom sugar cookies in a number of flavors and and infinite number of shapes and designs. This style of cookie is our signature product where you can find on the shelves in her booth at Eclectique as well as many flavors of pizzelles, biscotti and honey. Try out a new popular item, the whipped honey.
She also makes a variety at her store on Pittsburgh Street in Greensburg where she bakes chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal raisin and raisin filled cookies among the many others we produce.