~ our ~

Needlework Shop
is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email ~ Notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

Farm Shop Hours:
Saturdays Only ~ 10:00 - 4:00

Or Call/Email to make an appointment to visit us another day ~

We invite you each Saturday to bring along a project you are working on and come stitch/hook with us
here in the farm shop
kindly call or email ahead so we know you're coming!


~ Please visit our ETSY Shop for our unique patterns, supplies and wooden items
specifically designed for rug hooking, punch needle, applique, embroidery and cross stitch ~
... the photos below are just a few examples of what we offer in our Etsy shop ~ kindly click on any photo below to visit and see more ~

Thursday, February 3, 2011

My Favorite Things ~

pincushions ~ old steel pins & needles ~ pin cubes
dress maker's chalk ~ thread winders ~ sewing kits...

antique German scissors ~ thread boxes ~ old flax cloth & linen
vintage patterns ~ feedsack ~ calico ~ homespun
I especially love the graphics on old & vintage thread boxes ~
...what are some of your favorite things?
today will be spent working on the punch needle patterns...
not sure how many I'll end up releasing, 4 maybe 5 new designs...
~and ~
Felicia is working on my
"Plump Wife"
cross stitch sampler....
(hope to see her progress soon...she is a lightening fast stitcher!!)
I'll be ordering Gentle Art & DMC threads for the shop today,
...and have a shipment of new shop fabrics coming too...
woohoo!!!!! :)
Hope you all have a *sparkling* day!

Blessings from the Farm...


Lynn D said...

I come to your blog when I need my soul soothed. It is like a visit with my late Grandmother... your favorite things look like things she had.

Thank you for the good feeling your blog gives me.

Tina Eudora said...

What a lovely picture and it does so remind me of my grandmother and how her hands were never idle!
Have a wonderful day!
Tina xo

jonette said...

My great-grandmother was a wonderful seamstress. Her house burnt not long after she died and everything was lost. I treasure the one appliqued quilt square I have that she made and for some reason was at my mom's. I also treasure a well worn & repaired fabric doll with embroidered features & clothes that my grandmother made for me. Love your blog, it inspires me and also makes me reflect on memories from the past. Take care & stay warm!

PegC said...

I'm lovin this picture--would have far too many scissors, pinkeeps, etc if I didn't "Just say no" throughout the days! These oldies are great-thanks for sharing

Susan said...

Hi,Lori, I just started following your blog. You and your works of art are delightful! I have a quilt very similar to the one you posted a pic of with the caption "antique quilts send me over the moon" and I think I have one very much like it. Do you have the history of yours? I always wonder where these beautiful artworks come from and the ladies who stitched them. I am heading over to Etsy to see your items for sale, I've got a mug of cocoa and I'm going to thoroughly enjoy my visit!
Warmest Regards,
Susan Burns
Western Massachusetts

Dora, the Quilter said...

I too love vintage sewing things--machines, needle packages, notions--they just make me feel good, as does seeing yours.

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