Welcome to Fifth Talent Farm and Upholstery
Featuring crafts by 5th Talent Seamstress, Liz Crawley.
We are a small farm and home-based business providing services in light upholstery, custom drapes, and sewing for home decor.
Light upholstery includes recovering dining room chair seat cushions and fabric, arm chairs, sofas and more. Curtain panels, drapes, and valances are made custom, according to customer requests. Sewing for home decor can be as creative as it sounds. It can include throw pillows, floor cushions and puffs, wall hangings, ottomans, and table covers or whatever else you might imagine.
Our small farm produces fresh, brown eggs and we raise Nigerian Dwarf goats and California Rex rabbits.
We have a variety of chicken breeds that lay fresh, brown eggs both extra large and medium sized. Every spring we purchase half a dozen new chickens and raise them by hand feeding to ensure they are especially friendly and trusting. We are involved in our local 4-H chapter with all our animals, showing annually at the local Portage County Randolph Fair.
This website services as both a business platform and an informational blog. The information provided in blog posts varies in topics that include homesteading and animal care, upholstery and sewing, childcare, and my favorite recipe shares.
I enjoy writing about what I know and what I do, as well as the new tricks I learn, along the way. I have been blessed with a joy and love for animals and am very grateful to get to live a journey with them to share here, in the this blog. Sewing and crafting have always been a hobby that I enjoy and I am sharping these skills as I turn mature from hobbyist to entrepreneur.
“We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a man’s gift prophesying, let him use it in proportion to his faith. If it is serving, let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach; if it is encouraging, let him encourage; if it is contributing to the needs of others, let him give generously; if it is leadership, let him govern diligently; if it is showing mercy, let him do it cheerfully.”