Friday, October 31, 2008
Thursday, October 30, 2008
This is a rug that I made for a birthday gift. I made it for Chris, she's giving the rug to her MIL Eileen for her birthday. This rug is a Blackbird Design. I have been really busy and haven't been blogging. I'm trying to get another rug hooked. It is a fall rug~I think it's the last fall rug I'm hooking.
Yesterday my mom and I went down to Columbus to go shopping. We had a good time. Also, we stopped at The Ohio State Universary to visit Lindsay. She's doing great and loves living in Columbus. There is so much to do there.
Hopefully it will warm up in Ohio. It was 21 on the thermometer this morning. I need to spend a day outside and clean up. I usually wait till every leaf has dropped from the trees.LOL!! And AWAYS hope for high winds to blow all the leaves away.
Posted by Plumruncreek ♥ at 8:26 AM
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Another proven winner. Next year I will planting these flowers again. They bloomed and bloomed without much deadheading.
Last night we had a killing frost here in Ohio. The temperature got down to 25. I brought in all of the plants I wanted to save.
Posted by Plumruncreek ♥ at 9:52 AM
Monday, October 13, 2008
Thursday, October 9, 2008
I just listed this rug on Ebay tonight. It was hooked by me and it is a Lori Brechlin inspired design. The design is in Lori's Wytches Stytches Booklet. This was a very fun rug to hook.
Posted by Plumruncreek ♥ at 5:31 PM
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Today the Pine Tree Barn had their annual Colonial Williamsburg Festival. This is the first time I've went to the festival.
The sound of the gunshots WOKE me up!!
The French lace maker was hilarious! So talented, he made it look so easy. I wouldn't even attempt trying. LOL!
Many of the artisians are in the Early American Life Directory.
***Please respect the artist. Don't copy the rugs they are copyrighted.***
Posted by Plumruncreek ♥ at 7:53 PM
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Isn't this a beautiful vegetable display? Anyone can enter the category. It sure looks like alot of work. You have to label all the vegetables. I would love to see the person's garden that entered this display.
These are pumpkins carved by the local kids. I remember when my kids used to enter their pumpkins. It was so much fun for them.
This was our town's 120th free street fair.
These are the harvest displays of Loudonville and West Holmes FFA. The FFA in each school sets the display up and they are judged.
The kids enter their decorated pumpkins in the fair. All the pumpkins are so different.
This is the scarecrow category. Here are a few pictures of some of the entries.
Posted by Plumruncreek ♥ at 8:42 PM