Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Saltbox Row

 
 
 
As the winds howled and the rain gently fell on the farm I hooked this little runner.  It is a pattern by Buttermilk Basin called Saltbox Row.
 
The Oklahoma winds have continued to blow and much of north Oklahoma has had a blizzard.  For the most part the central portion of Oklahoma mostly has enjoyed the rains.  I think we may officially be out of the drought!
 
 
Well think I'll go find a warm quilt and call it a night....looks to be one cold night :)
 
Happy Trails....Ginger


20 comments:

cucki said...

I love it..it is so sweet x

Trace4J said...

Beautiful runner.
I love the colors too.
Nothing like a warm quilt.
Woolie Hugs

Robin Hill Quilts~Eileen G. said...

I love your hooking!! Boy oh boy are you getting hit with storms this winter! All coming our way! Stay warm! E

acorn hollow said...

Love your runner we are going to get another 6-12"of snow tomorrow.
we got about 8" on saturday into sunday.
Cathy

Christine said...

Gorgeous rug - the colors are warm and pretty!

earlene said...

You surely needed the moisture and hope it helps the crops.
Love the hooked rug!
Earlene

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, glad you got the rain, no drought.......Love your matt, so beautiful but then again I`m a sucker for houses, Francine.

cindy said...

oh, i love it!! it is going to be for sale?? cindy

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

Hi Ginger! I LOVE this little hooked rug ~ perfect design to hook during yucky weather...the little cabin on the right side of the rug looks so cozy, like it's lit from within :)
~Lori

dee said...

Ginger, I like this pattern so much and you did a beautiful job. I am getting ready to applique a Buttermilk Basin pattern. I like them also. Dee

Country Whispers said...

I love the runner and the colors that you chose to use in it.
The rain begins here today. I think I'd rather have snow though!

moosecraft said...

Hurray for getting out of the drought! Looks to be a pretty Spring and plentiful Summer for all! Great looking Saltbox Row! Hopefully blogger will cooperate and allow this to get through...

Robin ~ Bird In The Hand Primitives ~ said...

Love your rug !! No more "blizzards"..time for Spring !!
Robin

WoolenSails said...

That is one good thing about snow, it brings moisture too. Wonderful piece and a great way to spend a cold wintery day.

Debbie

Rita said...

I LOVE this!

I'll have to learn how to do this someday.

jennifer768 said...

As usual another beautiful finish!Sure wish I had your talent and speed.Stay warm and safe!Hugs,Jen

Raymond Homestead said...

I'd say you spent your time wisely! Love it! Sure wish I could hook! Stay warm!

annie said...

really love this, love salt boxes!

Angie Berry said...

Oh how wonderful Ginger! Love the row of houses and beautiful dark colors you used on this piece.

Thankfully the blizzard didn't make it to NE OK. We only received lots of much needed rain and a little snow. Glad you all were safe from it too. Felt so sorry for those stuck out on the highways, that would be awful.

Have a grand week~

Karen said...

Hi Ginger,
I'm so late with getting to my friends blogs and I'm glad I finally got to yours...lots has been going on.
I love this new rug of yours...I may have to check out her patterns.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Karen