Our little needlework shop & studio
is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email - Notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

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until September 22nd for our


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Monday, May 25, 2015

Good News for Rug Hookers, another Blog Hop and a Picnic!!!

Happy to announce that
the ever-amiable & super talented Kris Miller of
has told me that she now has all 4 of my Farm Chores designs ready for rug hookers!!

shown below, are my original designs ~ that I worked in punch needle.
they are {clockwise starting at top right:} 
Dipping Candles, Keeping the Bees, Shelling Peas & Laundry Day

Each separate ready-to-hook pattern measures a nice size of 25.5 inches x 20 inches...
and Kris has them available Hand Drawn for you on your choice of 
Monks cloth {$40.00} or Linen {$51.00}
you can contact Kris by visiting her website link above and sending her your order ~

I cannot wait to see what fabulous rugs you all will create from these!
make sure to please send me photos of your finished rugs!

my sweet friend Kris & her handsome hubby ~
in one of their most fab booths.
aren't they cute?


I received an email from the equally-sweet 
asking if I'd like to participate in yet another one of her fabulous blog hops ~ 
and the answer of course was,….yes!
So watch for more on that soon {like in June}


later today,
we will spend the evening with friends,
enjoying a quiet picnic of sorts ~
...to celebrate the holiday…

~ never forget those who have fought to protect our freedom ~
please enjoy a safe & happy Memorial Day!!

~ Blessings from the Farm ~


denise said...


Dirt Road Primitives said...

Oh how fun.... Now my choice would be to see them in cross stitch :). I would love that...hint hint....
Enjoy your picnic ..,,,

Jimmie said...

Hi Lori,

Oh my goodness, how I love the way you hung the rugs! I'll probably never throw away another old worn out broom in my life again.

I'm with Rhonda, I'd love seeing the rugs in cross stitch.

Diane in North Carolina

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