Yes you can still order my patterns! Here's the info...
I decided several years ago that I would retire in 2016 but I just can't do it! But I am going to semi-retire so I have closed down my website and hopefully those of you who were not on my mailing list and came back to order a pattern, found my website was gone and googled Cabin Creek might find my blog!
I am listing patterns on Etsy, not everything but if you remember something you put off buying just contact me and I'll still draw it for you. I am currently only drawing on monks cloth.
The Dorr Mill store also carries some of my patterns.
How to find my patterns...
At the side bar on this blog you will see thumbnails of my Etsy shop, you can click on that.
Or search online for The Dorr Mill Store and click on patterns and then click on Cabin Creek Designs (they still have some of mine on linen!)
Or email me at
I'm also on Facebook, just search Cabin Creek
I accept checks or PayPal.
Thanks for understanding, I just dragged out my hooking project that I haven't touched since January 2013, I miss it and need to get back to what started me on this pattern business journey. (And maybe I'll get back to posting on this blog!!!)

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Rug Camp....time to start planning what to hook

It's time to start planning a couple of rugs for rug camp this September. The first idea is a small 12" x 12" design called Peony by Joan Moshimer. The flowers shown here were transplanted from my husband's grandmothers garden years ago. They are the prettiest peonies I've ever seen and the pattern design is so much like these that when I saw it in the catalog I knew I had to hook it.

My teacher will be Nancy Blood and this will be fine shading. I want to duplicate the colors in this peony with a dark green/black antique background. I've chosen 3 small designs of Joan Moshimer's for camp, the second rug is pansies with wild roses and the third rug a toad with toadstools.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Spring Flowers

A few spring flowers from the garden. A violet named Freckles, May Flowers, Virginia Bluebells and Anemones.The May Flowers are wild flowers growing all over in our woods.