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

Our Regular SHOP HOURS are:
Saturdays Only 10:00 ~ 4:00
{weather permitting or I am away at a show/class}

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~ 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 ~


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Rain, Rain…...


Happy Rainy Tuesday folks ~

Good day to stay in and hook, punch, stitch, read….eat ;)

I was watching this fellow all morning from my sewing room window -
he has been stealing dog kibbles from Lazy's dish
(since Lazy doesn't 'do' rain, he's been sleeping in the barn, letting his food get all wet)
all-the-better for Mr. Corvid, no?

click here to learn more about him…



love his little legs :<


 I'm finishing up a punched design for the Winter issue of 
can't show you too much...


little more to go ~

and I've been drooling over these in between projects ~
these books make me want to hook EVERYTHING in them.


look for them on Amazon

I have to get my tush in gear and finish ALL of the things I want to offer at our 
Spring Open House on May 3rd
(I simply cannot believe it is April 15th and I have just over 2 weeks to get ready)

I'm working on all-kinds of things,
little book necklaces, tiny pincushion boxes, punched pins….
some folky dolls, a couple of hooked items and of course, some more
NEW PATTERNS :)

I'll keep you posted, you betcha.

OH!
I wanted to Thank the members of the Facebook Group: Prim Stitchers Society
for joining my Little Stitches Handwork Club!!

Thanks to Nan Lewis 
….for the shout-out on there :)

Have a most beautiful, albeit soggy evening…


* Blessed be *
 Lori

6 comments:

Saundra said...

I'm looking forward to that issue but not the weather. But will be looking forward to your new design.

You sure do manage to capture great pictures of magnificent critters both tame and wild. I enjoy them all.

Saundra

susiedele said...

I didn't know all those birds came from the corvid genus. I'm always learning something new here. Thanks! Love the birdies.
There is a murder of crows that live in a pine woods behind my house. They sure do chatter a lot.
Looking forward to my new PQ&P book. I think I spy a holly leaf.

Debra said...

Having just finished my very first punched project, I am looking forward to the next one! Very soggy here as well...had many stitchers in the shop today as a result. Busy but fun!

linda56 said...

love the new header....I also cant believe how much you accomplish each day....I started my craft room de-cluttering today...oh my.....I took before pictures...what a mess...you inspired me when you did yours...this might take me a few days....but since its still cold here...its a great time to do it...cant wait to see your new piece you are working on....

LaNelle said...

Living in MN I won't make it to the open house but would love to one day so please take lots of pictures, many blessings for a wonderful day.....

Karen Martinsen said...

Good morning Lori,
We are having those kinds of days here too, but nothing as fun to look at as your little Mr. Corvid.
I have a tendency to do my 'show' work on a rush schedule - I think I do my best work under pressure and a deadline.
I'm so anxious to get working on those punch needle designs I purchases! Thank You.
Blessings and HAPPY EASTER.
Karen