Saturday, June 25, 2016

Wheaten Woolens Continued...


At lunchtime, we left the barn and walked through the lovely gardens



to the incredible 1860's farmhouse of Barry and Beth Anne.


Even on this short walk there was plenty of beauty to be seen and enjoyed.


I better weed my gardens when I get home ;)


I knew that it was going to be oh so special before I even walked in the door!


Beth Anne's husband, Barry was kind enough to give us a tour of their incredible home and allow us to take photos.


Gorgeous displays in every direction. 


With beautiful large scale views 


And stunning tiny details...


With lovely views from every window


This vignette was a stunner that stopped me in my tracks


It was fun to see our shared love of the artwork of Rebekah and Ginny on display in their home.
I have one of Ginny's little mice on display with a folk art elephant at home myself :)


Their displays are formed with artistic elegance that captures their beauty


I think that they love birds as much as I do!


Of course the hooking / sewing room was my favorite


Be still my heart!

Thank you Barry and Beth Anne! The stories behind your collections made them all the more precious. And sharing with us your private spaces is a gift that I treasure...

But the Lord is faithful, and he will strengthen you and protect you from the evil one.
~Thessalonians 3:3

Blessings, Patti 

10 comments:

Marilyn said...

What a great house, thanks for the tour.
Marilyn

Three Sheep Studio said...

How very beautiful !!!
Thanks for sharing ;)
Rose

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Patti,
You are one lucky gal to be able to visit so many wonderful places!!! I have purchased a pattern from Beth Ann and would love to be able to actually visit there!! Because of your post, I actually did!!! Thanks so much for sharing!! Her studio and home are just wonderful!! I would have had a hard time leaving!!
Enjoy your weekend!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

The Eveningstitcher said...

WOW Patti!! That is just beautiful...like you said...beauty eveywhere you look! What a fun trip that must have been! Thank you for posting..

marly said...

Thanks for thinking of us and sharing their wonderful home. A treat!

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

This place / home is 'Mind Boggling"...absolutely awesome. I could live there. Yes, I know wishful thinking.
Have a great weekend,
Peace for all, Barb

Mary A said...

Wonderful!

Raymond Homestead said...

Enjoyed the tour, thanks for sharing!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Beautiful! Thanks for taking the time to share.
Hugs :)
Lauren

goode58 said...

Love your ideas you show for wool projects.