Thursday, June 30, 2011

Farm Chicks 2011 Part 3

This is my final post of Farm Chicks as you can see I take way too many photos to get them into just one post. I sometimes feel like I am a child in a candy store. Wow! I will hardly ever pass up and opportunity to take photos of our Red White and Blue. How about you?
There is always something there for the guys as you can see here.
EAT SWEETS what a treat. Every year The Seven Sisters seem to sell out all their sweets that they have prepared fresh for us all. Thank you!
Here are the Seven Sisters responsible for making those yummy treats for us all. They all seem like they are really having fun.
This space Euro-Linens had so many linens and gowns, one of which came home with me.
Pillow ticking is one of my favorites, check out those cute rosettes.
Another photo from Ormolulu's space. I was thinking those feed sacks could make a great center to a quilt.
Love this bird house, how about you? This too was from Ormolulu's space.
These letters were available at Retreat Vintage, Deb has some of the greatest treasures, love her creativity of recycled items. She will be at the Barn House Flea Market July 30th and also has a sale in the fall on Camano Island in Washington.
I wished I had purchased these croquet balls. Darn, one of those after thoughts.
Lisa Souers love her jewelry and her creative ways to display, oh how I wish I had that grain silo, what a great play house for the little ones or whatever I might think of.
Heather Bullard had her building plans for her chicken coop available on her site. Check it out.
Check out these chicken feeders, Celeste from Chaps had this space.
This was a really cool space with all kinds of little finds to create with. Fun Junk is the name here, piles of old stuff, says it all.
I think this Isabella's space, hoping I am correct.

Rene Groom a fellow farm girl from the east side of state of Washington, what a nice surprise to see her there.
What a great welcoming spirit when go to Chaps in Spokane, Washington, the food was perfect, the atmosphere wonderful.
Love to have the chance to go to Chaps when in Spokane, you should check it out when you go next time, you won't be disappointed.
A visit to Chaps for dinner and the topping on the cake was this drink a signature Barn House drink. Yummy!!!!
One of the treasures I got, oh how I wish I were at the beach. Some day soon. I hope you enjoyed the journey as I saw it at Farm Chicks 2011. I will be ready to go again next year. How about you?


  1. I am with you, If I had been there it would have been croquet balls too. I love those feed sacks and it would have been so hard to just not go so crazy. So much really good stuff.
    I will be checking out Heather Bullard's hen house patterns. I think I have to many chickens though. :)
    Have great weekend. I do hope you pumpkins get blooms soon. :)

  2. Hi Julie!
    Thanks for including a photo of our ticking stripe pillows!We sold every single pillow at FC. We've been busy bees sewing some new pillows with a little larger rosette. We'll post them on our blog when we get them done.

    XO Glad & Celia

  3. Hi Julie!

    Loved all your photos! Thanks for including a photo of our ticking stripe pillows.We have been busy sewing some new pillows with a larger rosette. We'll post them on our blog when we are finished with them.

    XO Glad & Celia

  4. Greetings from Bellingham!! Thanks so much for including a couple pics from Ormolulu . . . what a great show!! (I still have the "Chick Starter" sack left if you need it for that quilt.

    See ya at BH--I'll be SHOPPING for a change!



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