Tangible goods for your digital world.
We spend an awful lot of our lives using electronic devices that allow us to run our lives without actually touching anything. Fewer and fewer tactile interactions with the world have left many us feeling detached and alone.
At The House on Sunny Hill, I aim to change that, even if only in small ways. Even if I can only touch one person at a time, that one person knows that they are not alone in the world, that someone out there knows their name and made something just for them. A real person, not a machine, took the time to cut and sew and create something to remind them, in a tangible and tactile way, that the thing they are holding in their hands isn’t electronic or virtual. They are real, love is real, hope is real.
Everyone is welcome, and the door is always open. Come on in!