Sunday, November 28, 2010

Sturbridge Yankee Workshop



Hello, everyone!
How was your Thanksgiving?
Mine was very delicious, thank you
.... Come to think of it,  I feel I still might be full of stuffing!


While we're on the subject of merriment, let's move on
to another subject that never fails in making me so:
New England!

The other day while I was looking for some bedding
online, I stumbled upon a new New England-based company:


Based in Portland, Maine (can't get any more New England
than that!), Sturbridge Yankee offers hand-made, 100%
American home goods that are completely drool-worthy.

I myself bought a beautiful crochet sheet set, pictured here:
$99.95

But I'm sure that won't be my last purchase...
check out what else they have to offer!

Farm Table, $399.95

Heritage Braided Rug, $49.95

Sturbridge Lantern Lamp, $89.95

Primitive Star Mirror, $59.95

Flower Vine Quilt, $79.95

Christmas Shortbread Pan, $39.95

Calico Braided Square Chair Pad, $14.95

... and that's just the tip of the iceberg!
Take a peak at their website for more

14 comments:

  1. Thank you so so much for tipping me off to this site. I LOVE their stuff. I'm definitely going to be filling up a shopping cart there. I love the bedding set you got!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this web site. Your sheets are gorgeous and your Thnaksgiving table looked very New England!!!!

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  3. The table looked lovely and great pictures.
    The Bavarian Christmas linky party is now open-won’t you come and join us at http://dobermans-by-the-sea.blogspot.com/2010/11/1st-christmas-linky-party-at-dobermans.html

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  4. Oh boy, can't wait to get to that website! Thank for sharing - love your new sheets, I'll bet they feel great to sleep between! Your Thanksgiving table looks beautiful!

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  5. I've been trying to leave a comment, Erin, and I'm having trouble, but the third time is the charm, right?

    I am very happy to hear that you had a lovely Thanksgiving. We still have a lot of leftovers and I have frozen what I could, but what do you do with all the stuffing? I would have eaten it all if I weren't being careful of my diet these days.

    I love Yankee Workshop. They have the most lovely things. I think the sheets you bought are just gorgeous. I'd love the rug. I wonder if the dog comes with it. ;-) We're in the market for a braided rug and I may have to put that one on my Christmas list. :-)

    I hope all is well with you and you are enjoying the holiday season.
    Blessings,
    Susan

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  6. That turkey looks great with all of the greens around it. I love shortbread, so that pan is tops! Yum! :)----<

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  7. I love the primitive mirror although it's a bit pricey for me :-p

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  8. So happy you had a lovely Thanksgiving!
    Sturbridge Yankee Workshop has been around a long time and I have spent many fun days visiting their showroom in Sturbridge, MA...thanks for featuring these wonderful items. I do covet those sheets!

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  9. Love your choice of sheets. Thanks for sharing the web site.

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  10. are you sure we're not sisters? we sure LOVE the same things...i LOVED all of it...love your new sheets too...so cozy.

    i just got some shortbread molds that i ordered out of a website called The House on the Hill. DARLING molds. you might want to check it out...

    sending December love today, erin

    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  11. Oh wow! I love it! Thanks for letting us in on this!

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  12. I wish that we could get together and make some of those things, the lamp, the braided rug, the mirror, from recycled pieces. I am going back to basics. shopping is fun, but Homemade is good too.

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Thanks for your thoughts!

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