Dawne's Dream and Create Workshop

In the Outlet, between Lansdowne and Lyndhurst and just a stones throw from Charleston Lake, Ontario you will find our little shop filled with unique gifts. Hand made at affordable prices, you'll want to stop in often to see what new things we have created. 

Local Artists . Handmade Gifts . Unlimited Imagination

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Connie Burchell (Burchell Pines Studio) has been crafting for over 40 years and participating in craft shows in the Ottawa area for almost as many years. Following trends, she has mastered many other forms of art and craft but has never been without a ball of yarn by her side. An avid crocheter, she has been creating fabric rugs since 2003. 

The studio where we sell all our creations.

Dawne Fiegen is a self taught artist and crafter and owner of Wiltse Creek Studio. After spending several years learning the art of chair caning, she moved back to the area and finally settled into one of the first homes built in the Outlet, north of Lansdowne, Ontario. Working out of her home in the winter and the studio and workshop in the summer, she has the most fun making items one at a time. Charleston Lake and the Thousand Islands offer unlimited inspiration for painting and creativity and she is happy to share her space with other artisans to sell their hand made works.

Angie Parkins is an "up​cyclist".  Having discovered the pleasure of upcycling, (taking something old and used and making it into something new and hopefully better).  Her Tread Lightly fabric creations can by discovered at the many craft shows she attends during the year.

Angie is a published paper crafter who has contributed many original designs to magazines in the U.K. and her love of paper crafts shines in the products she carries here at the studio.

Deborah Varley, it is rumoured, lifed her godmother's diamond earrings when she was just one year old and has been teased about her love of all things that sparkle ever since.  It is fitting that she made a career creating jewellery. 

Starting with wire and beads, she quickly became obsessed with silversmithing and metal work to create pieces that fulfill her need to stretch her skills and of course, play with sparkly objects. 

Deborah is constantly searching for new ways to approach jewellery making and enjoys taking classes to expand her skills.