Chippewa Flowage, Hayward, Wisconsin
Do not read this post if you are hungry!
Wow! You readers really like your pie ;) I had 81 entries and lots of favorite types of pies:
fruit filled - blueberry, lemon, blackberry, huckleberry, cherry, strawberry rhubarb, peach
meringue - chocolate, lemon
cream - chocolate, coconut, banana,
pecan and shoofly and too many more to mention,
but the most popular were apple and pumpkin! Of course all pies taste better with ice cream!
And I loved Vicki Jo's comment:
"Or as my Daddy used to say, he had 4 kinds of pie as his favorites: hot, cold, one crust and two crust!"
The random winner of the little giveaway is OhioLori (who likes Cherry and Peach btw)!
Congratulations OhioLori! Send your mailing address to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send your package on its way...
In my vacation posts, I shared my stitching as it progressed.
It was a fun project
And I thought it was very appropriate for my location.
Cee Rafuse of Early Style Penny Rugs based this rug on the antique above.
This is Cee's design.
I bought her kit of hand dyed vintage wool and her wonderful hand dyed string for stitching.
And here is my rendition:
I decided to omit the year and substitute two flowers. Then in each corner I added familiar creatures that live around the cabin - song birds, ducks / loons, squirrels / chipmunks and a beaver that swims up the channel by our cabin and then crosses the road each night at 9:00.
It's my favorite souvenir of our time at the cabin.
Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father has chosen gladly to give you the kingdom.
“Sell your possessions and give to charity; make yourselves money belts which do not wear out, an unfailing treasure in heaven, where no thief comes near nor moth destroys. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.