~ WELCOME FRIENDS & FOLK ~

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

FARM SHOP IS CLOSED until DECEMBER 2nd and will REOPEN on DECEMBER 2nd ~ DECEMBER 9th
for our Holiday Open House Week ~

{{ETSY SHOP IS ALWAYS OPEN}}

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 ~


Saturday, September 9, 2017

~ The Final Countdown ~


Good Morning Friends & Folk!
and happy Saturday to you all....

We are now just one week away from the 9th annual
Gathering of Primitive Friends Show
here at our beloved Notforgotten Farm

can you believe 2018 will mark our 10th year hosting this?  ~
well we have some BIG surprises in store for our tenth year:
....will be including a Rug Hooking Day here at the farm 

in combination with our vendors and dealers of folk art, antiques & primitives, 
we will be adding fresh faces to our line up of regular dealers 
which will include sellers of 
Wool, 
Rug Hooking Patterns, 
Jewelry & Clothing
and other Needful Things for those who love all things....WOOL :)

We will also be hosting a small 'hook-in' for those who would like to perhaps travel together or meet up here for a relaxing day of hooking {this will require pre-registration}

IF you are a vendor/seller/dealer of 
Wool and/or Rug Hooking/Rug Punch/Spinning/Wool Yarn related items
and would like an invitation to be a part of our 10th year woolly celebration, please email me at:
 
In the meanwhile....
I am working away here in my sewing room....
finishing up my own one of a kind goods to be offered at the show ~



 I've been playing in the dyepots, too!
creating formulas for my own mellow & spicy hued woolens....



and taking my cue from our farmyard surroundings,
I am rug punching up some smaller projects...
 

(((( I really love how wonky my rug punching turns out! ))))
don't you just love tomato reds and late-summer greens?
 



Hoping you all enjoy your weekend,
but please remember there are those who need our prayers and help 
in the paths of the storms and fires.
 
Blessings from the Farm
 ~ Lori

9 comments:

Unknown said...

Rug punching? Like needle punching, only with wool? It's wonderful! Cutest little appliqué design, too. Can't wait to see what your crow rug will be, Lori... Lately, everywhere I look there are crows! I went to the local antiques mall the other day...so many crows! Must be the Season of the Crow! Today I shall be brewing a new batch of black walnut dye...
Happy Saturday, Lori!

Three Sheep Studio said...

ADORE your Harvest Moon Applique !!
And, what about that plucky rooster in front of the red out building ?? Swoon.
What a sight to see from your window ;)
Happy Saturday, Lori.
Rose

Jane said...

Looking forward to seeing you next week!!!
Hugs!

Cheryl Reeves said...

I so love the oxford punch for yarn or wool, glad to see more using them. Barns and roosters are my fav things to photograph and collect or decorate with. I want chickens but think about my cats and just enjoy other peoples.
Blessings

Anonymous said...

LOVE your fall projects... they are scrumptious!!!
Would you mind sharing what type of backing you prefer to use for your rug punch? I have tried a couple of different ones, but your backing looks like natural fiber and I love it :)
Blessings!

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

Dear Anonymous ~ I use Linen rug hooking backing from Dorr Mill Store :)
~ lori

elaine allerton said...

Love ur pics of everything!!!
Great dyeing,,,,
Need to do some today,,, maybe yarns,,,, I use food coloring or overdye,,,, its fun, not sure how permanent, ,,,
You have a busy week comjng up,,,, great time,,,

Anonymous said...

Lori-
I am rather new to the rug hooking scene, but LOVE wool! I have not heard of punch needle, but adore your nubby "tomato red" house. Could you share what size Oxford punch you used (#8, 9 or 10) and was it fine or regular? I assume you are punching this with wool yarn and not fabric? Or have you cut wool fabric, very thin (like #3)? Any information would help. Wish I lived was closer to Virginia, I would definitely visit the Notenforgotten farm!
Thanks Angela (Ohio)

NMK said...

Your Harvest Moon is so pretty & I Love the house your are punching !!! I bought an oxford punch about 10 years ago & have never used it !!! I have to Find it !!! I didn't know you could use the same nice linen you can do for regular rug hooking ....another Fun project to try !!!! Oh how I wish I could come to your neat fair next weekend !!!!