While creativity has always been in her blood, it wasn’t until 2006 (when Lindsey Frankus had her first daughter), that she realized her artistic passion and talents could allow her the opportunity to work from home. Since then, Lindsey has been growing The Farrier’s Daughter brand. A name that is meant to play off of “The Farmers Daughter”; only Lindsey’s father is a Farrier (one who shoes horses hooves).
From collecting and selling vintage goods at Barn Sales to freelance design, Lindsey dabbled in many creative arenas before the idea of the Cowgirl Canteen was born. The idea stemmed from a need for a feminine flask that wouldn’t ruin upon getting wet from washing and/or filling. Pair that need with a love for fabric, and the rest is history. Lindsey has been designing and sewing the fabric flask covers in her home studio, and successfully selling to retail shops, online, and to many brides-to-be across the nation. Every element from the sewn in tag, to the eye catching fabric covers are handmade in her hometown of Molalla, Oregon.
The Farrier’s Daughter strives to offer a unique blend of Rockin’ Cowgirl, Vintage Art Chick, and Boutique Betty.
While I may be a native Oregonian, I believe my soul belongs in Texas, where everything is bigger! A favorite saying of mine is, “The higher the hair, the closer to God.” Pair that big hair with a good dose of rouge, a feminine sundress, worn-in cowboy boots, and some funky accessories, and that my friends is TFD Style!
It’s a delicate balance of trendy meets cowgirl, and it’s being confident enough in the woman you are to marry the two distinct styles. It’s a strong-willed, soft-hearted girl who plays hard and loves deeply. It’s for the women who like to get dirty, then clean up for a fancy night on the town.