Tuesday, November 9, 2010

A Day Away From The Farm

Oh what a day! Sloan went to visit his Gigi with his Moma and I had the day to spend with Pati and Sandra. Yes with all the fun I did manage to finish the lil' dog rug, bind it, and look it's even on the little bench! I tell you give that oxford punch a try :)

Pati, Sandra and I met at Auntie Mae's the antique store in Purcell, Okla. where Pati and I have been slowly filling up our booth. We have a couple more displays we will be adding on Saturday to really make it look more prim.

Now if I can just get busy and bind a couple of Christmas rugs before it's too late :)

We have been trying to mix in a few little collectibles.

Our Christmas tree has many handmade items by Pati. Just love those snowmen.

Two silly gals....Sandra and Pati! Got to love em'

Penny rugs and great smelling potpourri!

Old~Time Photo's....

WE went for Mexican food and then off we went to Pink, Oklahoma.

Victorian Rose's Primitive Trading Post

Just look inside at some of the wonderful things she has.

Lots of prim cabinets, benches, and collectibles. I sure saw a lot of things I would like to have and plan on going back on Saturday to pick up just a few :) :)

Sandra even found a couple of things to purchase.

Next we were off to Country Collections for our monthly hook~in. Oh we were just a lil' late. Jean working on her church....she will have it bound in no time.

Pati is working on a rug by Maria Barton of Star Rug Company.

Kaye and Laura

Becky and Sandra

Jean's church rug.

Becky working on one of my patterns....Love how her snowman is looking.

Laura was working on a hit and miss rug.

Sandra actually pulling loops on her rug.

Hope you enjoyed all the pictures. It was a fun day sort of an adventure as Sloan would say!

Happy Trails....Ginger


Farm Girl said...

What a totally great day!! So glad you took pictures. Your little store looks so great. I guess it is a good thing live here, I might be safer for me. Oh my gosh I just love your little Christmas tree and all of those great ornaments and your rugs are beautiful!

primitivebettys said...

Oh I DID enjoy all the pictures! Looks like you all had a great day! Wish I could have tagged along! :)

patijane said...

Ginger, it was a fun day and glad we took the side trip to Pink, OK. Lots of fun and hope to do it again soon.

Mary said...

Looks like you guys had loads of fun. You're booth is looking fabulous! Wish I lived closer! :-)

Lori said...

Wow, you sure packed a lot of fun into that day! Loved seeing everything. Your booth is wonderful. I hope you and Pati do well.

WoolenSails said...

Your booth is looking so wonderful.
Looks like you had a great day hooking with friends too.


Kim said...

Your booth is looking amazing. I wish I was closer! It sounds like a perfect day - fun, friends, shopping and food.
Kim :)

Jacqueline said...

Loved all the pictures.. and your booth is looking great.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Ginger ~
Thanks for sharing the hook-in. I love to see what others are working on.
Your booth looks absolutely terrific! I can't believe how many little rugs you have there. You are one heck of a hooker!
Pug hugs :)

Christine said...

I was just thinking about you the other day! I was dusting off my desk and placed that cute little mug holder you sent to me and it holds my favorite cup of Chi tea latte every morning as I check my mail and read my devotional! Beautiful work here. I always enjoy looking through all the posts here. Blessings on your day! =O)

Doris-Ann said...

I just wanted to say I enjoy your site and all the great stuff on here. I will be adding you to my list on my selling blog at

Anonymous said...

I could kick myself.. I was in that very antique store and I totally missed your booth!