Here’s what we’re working on in the 1840 Farm Studio. Click on a photo to enlarge.
I'm settled in at the sewing machine with a second cup of coffee working with one of my favorite color combinations. Monday is off to a great start!
The first basket of February is a very colorful one. I just added it to our shop and can't wait to hear what you think of it! www.1840farm.etsy.com
So many of you wanted to know more about our new Handmade & Heartfelt Collection. I hope that you'll enjoy learning about the inspiration for these very special baskets. Here's a hint: she's named Penny Lane and can be found taking her morning nap snug
My morning at the sewing machine is off to a lovely beginning!
It's time to start work on a few more Valentine's Day baskets. #1840farm #fabric #handmade #valentine #valentinesday #etsy #etsyshop
Working with these bright fabrics is helping me forget that there's more snow on the way tonight and tomorrow!
Sometimes, I fall in love with a basket from the very first stitch. This is one of those times!
So far, so good! #fabric #thread #handmade
I just added 1840 Farm Gift Certificates to our shop. Thanks to your input, I included an option to select fabric or twine to be used when making each certificate. We can make these in any denomination and take the guesswork out of choosing a gift for s
The first basket of the season made up in fall colors was just added to our shop. Take a look: https://www.etsy.com/listing/200017208/small-egg-basket-0434
I just love how this fall themed basket is coming together, don't you?
All this talk about Home Ec on our Facebook page made me want to find time to settle in at the sewing machine. There's something about the hum of its motor and working with my hands that sets my day off in the right direction. I'll be finishing this egg
I have been busy designing our 1840 Farmhouse Style Fall Placesetting Table Basket Set. Five of the six baskets are finished with one more on the way by the end of the day. Then they'll be added to our shop and I'll share the listing with you here on o
I am hoping to spend some quality time at the sewing machine this morning. When I do, I'll be sure to share plenty of photos with you. I hope that you're ready for a steady stream of fabric baskets in your newsfeed. But first, coffee and a few thank yo
When we moved into the farmhouse, we discovered this old wood door down in the cellar. From what we can tell, it was the door to the root cellar. It was still standing at its post right below the farmhouse kitchen. This door is distressed from years of
The second patchwork basket of the day is coming together nicely, don't you agree?
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