"Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what's a Sundial in the Shade?"- Benjamin Franklin
Sweet Harvest Homestead was started in a small farmhouse kitchen in 2006.
Our family had just purchased a house built in 1915 with 12 acres. I wanted to get back to basics so I learned how to make a lot of foods and house hold items the old fashioned way. Word quickly got around among neighbors and friends about the homemade goodies being made in 'the old Smith House.' Soon, a cottage business was born.
We strive to make the best handmade soap, jams, jellies, relishes, breads and candies. We also make photo and watercolor art cards.
We have How-To videos on the site for free as well as a Soap Making video for sale.
You can find us at the Locust Farmers Market May-August and the Stanfield Craft Show in November.
You can also purchase items by appointment only at our home.
Thanks for dropping by!
Lindy Mayberry Sellers