Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Edyth O'Neill Article ~

 

If you are an admirer of Edyth O'Neill, there is a wonderful article in the latest issue of Early American Life magazine.  Not about hooking, but about her beautiful home filled with items collected with her late husband Jack and furniture he built.  The pictures are breathtaking, her taste impeccable.  Thank you, Edyth for sharing with us.
 
 
Winter started out slowly here in Ohio, but will not be leaving us anytime soon.  It was a bit above freezing today, but still a damp, dreary cold.  The ten day forecast does not have a day above 30*.  Maybe this will be our last hurrah?  Wishful thinking . . . this is Ohio.
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

15 comments:

Mugwump Woolies said...

So sorry Ole' Man Winter still has you in his grip. My BFF, outside of Boston, is about done in with all the white stuff, with more on the way. It is one wicked winter! Edyth's home is so lovely.
Stay warm,
Robyn

Primitive Stars said...

Oh Lauren, ole man winter is here to stay for awhile too. Keep Cozy, Francine.

Julia said...

Can you believe two more storm are on the way to the Maritimes but I'm in Ottawa so it looks like I'll be spared. It looks like Fredericton will be missed if lucky.

Hang in there, sooner or later February will be gone and Spring is getting closer. I don't know what else to say. I'm sick of winter too. I'm a wimp...I'm a wimp, wimp, wimp...
Hugs,
JB

Kim said...

We missed January Thaw so I hoped it would come in February but it's not looking good. Lol.

Shuttle, Hook and Needle said...

All the snow so far has seemed to go north. Next to nothing for our location in the NC mountains. Cold is on its way along with high winds. To me that is worse than the snow.

marly said...

There is only ONE place that carries the mag around here and they don't have the new issue yet. I'll keep checking. In the rotten snow. And ice. And cold. Did I ever mention that I hate winter?

Farm Girl said...

I am going to track that down. I have her PDF book that I just bought this week and I have loved reading about her and Jack and her red cape. I have always loved her rugs and I would love to read that article. Such a great lady. Thanks for sharing that.

JR Bush said...

I will also look for the magazine when I go to town.
You know why I'm still doing my happy dance!!!!!
Enjoy the snow for me. Julia

Mary A said...

I just got my copy of EAL today and was so excited to read on the cover that there was an article about Edyth! I have been a loyal follower of her rug designs and blog for years....

acorn hollow said...

we are in for a couple of more storms it is snowing as I write this and a bigger storm this weekend. It has not been above freezing since December here so we have it. I will have to pick up that copy of EAL
Cathy

weaverpat said...

I hope the library has a copy of EAL. It looks like a great article. Thanks for the heads up.
Yuck! Another gray cold dreary day here. I can hardly wait to see green grass and flowers.

Jennie in GA said...

Thx for letting us know about the Edyth O'Neill article. I will have to run by Barnes & Noble to pick one up. I keep meaning to subscribe. We anticipate cooler weather over the weekend, but nothing like what you are having. Stay warm and hook on!

Curtains in My Tree said...

I love visiting all the pictures of the sweet pugs on your side bar.
I have had 2 sweet pugs Ollie and Sissy who are not with me any longer and I miss them so much they were such joy in my life.

Saundra said...

Used to get EAL but sadly let it lapse, too many subscriptions here. Seems winter was INSIDE my house yesterday and a lot of today but seems the beginning of warmth in here now.

Dog Trot Farm said...

I so admire Edyth O'Neill she is such a talented artist..and her home to die for.I no longer subscribe to EAL, but will look for this issue at the library. I do follow her blog...Sending greetings from cold snowy Maine...