"It is a token of health and gentle characteristics when women of high thoughts and accomplishments love to sew; especially as they are never more at home with their own hearts than while so occupied." ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne

Saturday, August 14, 2010

A Little "Sneek Peek" new offerings on Simply Primitives Aug 15th

Harvest time is just around the corner. It is hard to believe now that we are having 90* weather here in the Pacific Northwest! So happy we have nice cool evenings here! I am so looking forward to fall decorating, it is my favorite time of the year. So fun attending fall shows and seeing what you talented ladies are up to! I say nothing beats a warm cup of cider on a crisp sunny day!! I hope you are enjoying the last beautiful days of summer with family and friends. All my very best to you and yours!!

8 comments:

Finegan Antiques said...

Your have been busy. Luv all your little goodies. I can't wait for Fall either....cider donuts, corn stalks, apple picking and cooler weather.

Donna

old crow said...

Thank you Donna, right now it is about 90* here, not used to this heat!! Thank goodness for airconditioning and cool evenings!! A nice crisp apple sounds pretty good right now!! :)

WalnutRidgePrimitives said...

You have been very busy! What a wonderful group of offerings! I do believe I am beginning to long for Autumn! :)

old crow said...

Thank you so much Chris, had sp much fun making your wonderful primitive pattern!! Aways the best!! Hugs to you!! Mona

Angie Berry said...

Adorable, adorable creations!! I am excited about fall also! I am going to start decorating next week... I just can't wait any longer! Hehe

old crow said...

Thank you so much for the kind words!! Isn,t it exciting to start thinking of cool nights and a little chill in the air? Love Harvest decorating...bring on the sugar pumpkins!!!

Angi at drakestone primitives country cabin said...

Hi
Just love your prims..I am now a follower.. :0)

old crow said...

Hi Angi, thank you so much!! You have wonderful primitives too!!
Hugs, Mona