Thursday, September 17, 2009

Thursdays outting

As you know I spend Thursday with my mother. We always have so much fun together. Today we decided to go to Pickering Farm .
Pickering Farm was built in the 1790's in Richmond, NH by
Timothy Pickering who was known as Squire Pickering. He was a
house wright and along with other homes in the town built the brick
church that abuts the property. The property passed out of the
family upon his death and had many owners over the years. Some of
the home business that have graced the homestead are Blacksmith,
Cobbler, Farmer, Antique Store, Real Estate Office, as well as the
towns first Post Office. The home is listed in the Historic Homes of
Cheshire County. Currently owned by Diana and Steve Gallagher.
The shop is beautifly decorated . They have antique reproduction fabric from 1780-1930's. Wool for penny rugs and rug making,homespuns patterns and supplies. They also have primitive style items decorating the shop but is for sale as well.
They have expanded the shop by including their kitchen area. I was amazed they still use it as living quarters. It was so clean and decorated so well. I wish I had taken photos inside so you could see but I didn't notice it until we had already gone out to the car but went back in to use the bathroom.
They had chocalate molds in the kitchen window . Hanging from a kitchen beam were old kitchen items. The bathroom had a old wal mount drying rack with antique childrens dresses hanging from it as well as socks.It was a treat to the eye.I left with a happy heart and empty purse!!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Give Thanks

Prudence, a shelf sitter.
$12.95 + s.h.

Sammy is a shelf sitter style scarecrow.
$12.95+ s.h.

This cute little scarecrow will surely steal your heart.
$14.95 + s.h.

Up for your consideration is this sweet little scarecrow.
$14.95 + s.h.

Fall is in the air

Hilda 24.95+s.h.

She is ready for the bewitching hour in her fall plaid dress.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Sweet Annie

This sweet little Annie looks ready for bed holding her blankie.
She has button eyes and a wool patch nose.
$14.95 +s.h.

Kittys for sale

This last guy has been sewn and heavly tea stained. his facial features are made from wool. He is a fun guy for sure.$14.95+s.h.
The middle cat up is stained and painted, then distressed. His face is stitched osnaburg. He has a rusty bell pinned on.$14.95_s.h.
first kitty today is a cuter cleaner cat. He is made of wool and has stitched on facial features. He wears a blue collar with rusty bell. $14.95+s.h.
Sorry they are out of order but I am just learning!!!
THanks for looking.

Although this dress is not old I found it so beautiful. It looked like a perfect Sunday dress to me.

I made this doll of osnaburg fabric, tea stained and than painted. Her nose and mouth are needle sculpted. Her hair is made of wool. She holds her sheep that I created by fabric and wool needle felting

Her cost is $35.00 plus traveling fees.



I have made this large doll after finding this dress at a local antique shop. I loved it instantly. I also found the cutest hankie with a dog stitched on it ,I used it to make her bonnet. Her face is hand stitched . She holds her Teddy. I find her a perfect piece to place on a old chair. Her cost is $35.00 plus traveling fees.

Monday, August 24, 2009

I am starting this blog to have a place for friends to see what creations I have for sale.

I am learning as I go along so be paitent with me.

I will list items along with prices excluding shipping because alot of my followers are local and can come to my shop or I will deliver. I will be more than happy to ship out of state but ofcourse there will be shipping charges.

Thank you for taking the time to look.