Down a dirt road, past fields and deep woods ~
stands a humble little farmhouse wearing chippy white paint and a rusty tin roof...
it's here at our beloved Notforgotten Farm that you will find us...chasing our kittens, puttering in the herb gardens, or talking to the trees.
...

Our Needlework Shop & Studio
is located here at our farm:
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, Virginia 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email ~ notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

Due to Covid-19 Health restrictions, the Shop & Studio at Notforgotten Farm is CLOSED until further notice...

Our ETSY Shop is Always Open!
visit our Etsy Shop by clicking on any one of the thumbnail photos below or going to
www.Notforgottenfarm.etsy.com



Sunday, November 15, 2015

From Our Hands ~ picture-walk

 ~ WONDERFUL SHOW ~

really, there is nothing more to say....except:
Thank you to Lori Ann & Rebekah for the opportunity to once again be invited to participate ~
Thank you to our sweet-as-pie customers who came out to visit with us ~
Thank you to my bestie, Miss Joan for the hours of help and constant laughter ~
and Thank you to Peter for putting up with me these past couple of weeks ~
~ my love to you all ~

now come for a stroll inside with me, won't you?


Notforgotten Farm's booth {and the ever-loverly Miss Joan}


here is the large chalkboard I decorated for the show ~

and here are the amazing offerings from the artisans:


Roberta Taylor & Connie Louthan

Marilyn Willmore ~ Worked In Wool



Lanna Omlor ~ Humble Rugs



Dean Hicks ~ Antiques



Dean Hicks ~ Antiques



Craig Yenke ~ C. Yenke Co.



Judy Robinson Country Textiles


Greg & Mary Shooner ~ Redware



Pam Gill ~ Primitives Past



Kelsey A. Smith ~ KAS Frakturs



Rebekah L. Smith ~ Folk Artist



Nicol Sayre Folk Dolls



Scott Smith ~ Rucus Studio



small chalkboard I decorated in the front entryway ~



happy folks waiting in line ~



Kathy Bonnes ~ Homespun Antiques



Stacy Nash ~ Primitives



Anthony Worrellia



Lori Ann Corelis ~ The Spotted Hare



Jane Theobald ~ Nantucket Baskets



Christine Miller ~ Antiques & Stitching



Christine Miller ~ Antiques & Stitching



Lori Brechlin ~ Notforgotten Farm

Lori Brechlin ~ Notforgotten Farm

Now it's home again for us ~ we leave Ohio today and drive down the dusty road....
stopping, of course, for a few notes to eat & a smattering of shopping along the way!

Hoping you all have a beautiful Sunday my friends!

~ Blessings from the Farm ~
 Lori

21 comments:

Debbie Miller of Onion Patch said...

Such a wonderful collection of beautiful work!!! LOVE it all!!!
Have a safe trip home!!

Maria said...

Thanks for the glimpse of the wonderful show! Maria

denise said...

Wish I could have been there!!!

Unknown said...

Thanks for the 'visit' to a wonderful show--wish I could have been there too! So many beautiful things to see and enjoy. Love the chalkboards you decorated!

OldeThreads said...

What a bunch of amazing talent in one place!

Unknown said...

Oh my goodness, I would have lost my mind and all of my money. Would just love to go one year. Your booth looked "loverly" as I would have expected and I just love your chalk board art. Have a safe and happy trip home. Tell Joan I said "Hi"! Blessings, Sandra

Ronda said...

WHat a wonderful gathering of talents ... thanks for sharing Lori!

marly said...

Such a wonderful gathering. Thank you so much for giving us a glimpse of what we missed. Wish there were more online sales after the show.

The Eveningstitcher said...

WOW!!! All I can say is next year....I'm going!!! Beautiful and your artwork on the chalkboards are just gorgeous!! So talented!

NMK said...

Beautiful , so many gorgeous things !!! Hope you sold out too !!!

Silent Stitches said...

Thank you for sharing the photos!
Phewwww... I'm thinking of all the $ I saved! Everyone's booth looked fabulous. Your chalk-board drawings were awesome...Glad you had fun! ~C

Anonymous said...

It's not often when EVERYTHING in a particular show is EVERYTHING I LOVE, lol!!!!! Thanks for posting…we've missed you! Safe journey home!

marie said...

What a wonderful show, but so far away. I would of needed a wheelbarrow full of money. Loved everything. Thanks for sharing the photos for us who could attend.

village folk art said...

oooOOOooo... I live in the wrong neck of the woods, oooops desert.

Wished there was some way we could purchase after the show. Sadly the is nothing like this where I live.

Have a safe trip home,
Barb

Barb said...

I loved seeing these pictures. I live near Seattle where things like this just don't seem to exist. What a joy to see all the wonderful things.

Cathy G. said...


Wow! Just amazing! So many wonderful pieces! It must be so fun to be a part of this show! Thank you for sharing photos Lori! Your chalkboard art is fabulous!! Cathy G

Rugs and Pugs said...

Your chalkboards are wonderful.
It is a fantastic show. The talent is unbelievable.
Lauren

Lori Ann Corelis said...

Lori . . . thank you for being a part of From Our Hands . . . we love what you do with the chalkboards ~ What a master you are ~ Your talents are appreciated!
Take a breath . . .
Hugs,
Lori Ann

Jackie said...

Thank you for taking pictures of all the wonderful booths! Loved the chalkboards you decorated....

Unknown said...

Lori,

What wonderful pictures of the show! I so wish I could have been there...thanks for sharing the beauty with us!

Love your new cover photo...I believe all cats were born to help with our stitching! lol

Martha

Anonymous said...

I adore that painting of the cat and the sewing box! Did Iggy pose for that?!

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