From Ontario to the west coast of BC, the Sardy’s have made crafting a family affair. The family has always enjoyed creating and sharing their crafts with family and friends, but in 2008 they decided to put all of their combined talents together for their first craft fair. After being involved in a couple of smaller fairs, they were introduced to the Strawberry Vale folks via another crafting friend, and have never looked back.
With German and Hungarian backgrounds, the family uses both traditional patterns and their lighthearted nature to collectively conceive their crafting designs. They have a desire to give their crafts that genuine homemade quality and so every one of their products is hand made, no machinery involved. Armed with nothing more than a few basic craft supplies and a steady hand, they take rudimentary materials like felt and thread, and turn them into beautiful hand-embroidered decorations. A simple ball of yarn becomes a wild animal. A piece of card stock forms the structure for a miniature house.
You may ask why they chose the name Sardipity for their crafts. It’s simple. While there is a certain amount of planning that goes into making crafts, the element that makes it the most fun is knowing that sometimes a fortunate stroke of serendipity occurs and you create something amazingly unexpected. This is how the best things in life are created.