Tuesday, February 9, 2016

February Days!

 
February Days have been cold and windy but the sunshine is bright and so that does make for signs of spring!  The above applique pattern is by Wooden Spool Designs.
 
We are on the finishing up phase of the retreat barn.  My store is complete just moving lots and lots of goods over.  Patterns, wool, hand dyed yarns, applique kits, needle punch kits, supplies for hooking, punching, applique. 
 
We will be meeting this Saturday February 13th at the house but I hope to have everything ready for the Farm Chick Day on March 12th in the big red barn. 
 
If you are in the area of central Oklahoma  and would like to attend,  we meet each month on a Saturday around 9 am and you are welcome to stay as long as you would like.  Bring a project to work on and enjoy visiting with all the gals.  We have lunch and dessert, too!
 
 
You can email me at prairiemoonprimitives@yahoo.com for directions and dates.
 
Happy Trails....Ginger
 
 

8 comments:

Farm Girl said...

How fun Ginger! I am so excited for your new store. I hope if I ever get back there to visit my sister I will be able come there and see your store and you in person. :) Your project at the top is awesome.

WoolenSails said...

I bet you can't wait to get it all ready and I hope you share photos of the finished space.

Debbie

acorn hollow said...

I love your feb house! so sweet and yeah for a longer day and a bit warmer sun.
Cathy

denise said...

sounds like fun but florida is too far away!

Cheryl Reeves said...

So happy for you. Congratulations

TheCrankyCrow said...

Can't wait to see you all settled in the retreat barn...and how I wish I could pop in on a Saturday to play! It's been cold and windy here as well...and mighty shy in the way of sunshine too. I know I shouldn't complain as we have had a relatively mild winter...but dang, negative number temps are just too cold!! Hope all is well! Love the little applique piece! ~Robin~

annie said...

Blessings on the opening!

Darlene said...

A very sweet little house...