Maggie Ford

I am the owner and principal designer of Maggie Ford Crafts. I offer my clients exceptional service and creative talent. I make traditional dream catchers and dream catcher mandalas (dream catchers with weaving incorporated into them). My designs use natural elements of earth, sea and sky. I make vintage wedding bouquets and accessories and special decorative items for children. I have been artistic all of my life and love to paint, draw and create! I have Native Alaskan Indian heritage being of Koyukon/Athabascan. I am a descendant of Leroy Napoleon McQuesten, a Yukon Territory pioneer and Katherine James (Satejdenalno) McQuesten. Satejdenalno was a Native Alaskan Indian woman of the Koyukon Athabascan Indians. My father inspired me to make dream catchers. He makes gorgeous ones! My sister Kathy inspired me to add weaving, as that was her passion and talent.

Where are you willing to work?

Willing to work in...: American Canyon, Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Napa, Oakville, Pope Valley, Rutherford, Saint Helena, Yountville, Anywhere in Napa County


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