Down a dirt road, past fields and woods, stands a humble little farmhouse. Wood smoke curls from the brick chimney as the glow from within beckons you inside to a perfect spot to stitch. The comfort of handwork awaits you – the rhythm of pulling wool loops through linen, a flash of needle and the tug of thread. There are hooked rugs to warm your chairs and floors, cross stitch samplers to help you celebrate autumn in a quiet, old-fashioned way, and cotton and wool appliqué done in the simplest manner.
Step back in time with primitive folk artist and designer Lori Brechlin as you create eight projects inspired from times remembered and a place called Notforgotten Farm.