Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Around the Farm!

We have new little calves being born and they are so sweet to watch!

We have Prairie Chick days once a month at our farm where gals come to stitch, hook, punch, and visit!

I've been putting together a lot of projects....little pinkeeps for gifts.

A Year In Stitches blocks by Buttermilk Basin that I am going to make into a quilt.

A long hooked flag I finished and hung above the french doors...the pattern is by Woolley Fox.

A free monthly mystery pattern by Buttermilk Basin..... your not too late so pop over and stitch one up yourself!

Then I've been crocheting the border around my farmstead rug.

Dyeing and Washing Wool

Then onto stitching up another month of the Year In Stitches by Buttermilk Basin.

There is more that I have been working on but I will save it for another day :)

This coming Saturday...February 21st we will be having a 
One Day Workshop on putting together this
Crazy Clutch a pattern by Cricket Street Wool

The dirt pad for the big barn is ready and in the next few weeks the cement work will be done and we will have a barn up then there will be lots of work to be done to make it into a  bunkhouse, a shop for goods, a large workshop area, restrooms, and a dining area!

Happy Trails.....Ginger


acorn hollow said...

you have been more than busy and it looks like some fun mixed in.

WoolenSails said...

Love all of your projects, so many beautiful pieces and beautiful wools.


annie said...

What a great post, very cheery with the little calves! They always seem like a herald of spring. I really like the Buttermilk patterns, esp. the May one. And the pieces for the clutch, just so fine. Would love to have a new barn like your! It sounds terrific! The little pin keeps, just lovely!

Rugs and Pugs said...

You are always so productive. Love the crochet edge.
Prairie Chick days sound like so much fun!
Hugs :)

primitivebettys said...

Everything is so awesome! As always Mizz Ginger! Hey... just a little over 1 week away until we get to see each other!!! Yah!!! :-)

Three Sheep Studio said...

Great projects. You have been very busy !
Is it not too cold for the calves ??

Saundra said...

LOVE your farmstead rug!!!! I've never done a crochet edge or braided edge on a rug yet but hope to do so one day soon.

Sandi said...

Hi there:
what color yarn is that you're using on your farmstead rug? Do you sell that color on etsy?
I just purchased the warm brown yarn from your Etsy shop.