Wednesday, March 23, 2016

~ Tiny Loops, Buds & HOOKS! ~

Ok, 
so yesterday I said I was going to begin working on the 3rd Motto design project.
nope.
this little gal came to mind and I just had to bring her to life 
with my needle & thread…

a Summer-y little Hedgewitch!

hello there!

I just can't seem to punch those loops fast enough to show her to you!




hopefully I'll share her finish tonight on my FB page…




in the meantime, 
our gardens are yawning & stretching their way back to life!

our wisteria is budding like crazy ~




can't wait to see the beautiful purple hanging flowers 
~ and smell the sweetness of them once again…







other signs of new life…
our mint patch is sprouting,



and our iris' have come up!!
YAY!
Happy happy springtime ~




 and before I forget, I just listed a BUNCH of Peter's Rug Hooks in our Etsy shop!
go get one {or three} while you can!




I'm off to work on that little witch…
think I'll take her to the garden and work on her there.

Have a most beautiful day my sweet friends ~


~ Blessings from the Farm ~
 Lori

4 comments:

Nancy D. said...

I'd like to meet your little witch! I think that, when the pattern is available, this will be my FIRST punch needle project!! Do you think it's too ambitious for a neophyte such as I? This witchy "little gal" is the one nudge I needed to get started…Happy Gardening…I'm off to the Arboretum this morning!

Lana Manis said...

Oh, Lori... I love wisteria! Don't you love hearing the bees buzzing all around when it's in bloom? The ice storm we had February of 2015 nearly broke one of mine over, but we shoved it back on its supports and I hope it blooms again this year.
Happy Spring! :)
Lana

elaine allerton said...

Lori,,, thanks for all the beautiful pics! Love seeing what ur working on and ur gardens,,,, looks like spring there!! We have snow again and freezing rajn here,, yuccy,,,, good day to stay in and hook,,,, thanks fir all ur inspiration,,,, think I may start a stitchery , too,, I saw u doing one awhile ago on some printed fabric,,, great idea!!

Marilyn Schirmer said...

Soft breeze this morning and warm sun shining on our freshly mowed, spring green yard. All this is temporary for a storm is brewing off to the west. A stormy afternoon is a good one to keep punching "blessed bee". My first needlepunch will not be perfection, but it will bee! Thank you for sharing your farmstead and your life & talent with us

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