WELCOME ~ WELCOME ~ WELCOME. Do come in & make yourself at home. I'm so pleased to have you here.




~SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd, 2019~

Our first project for 2019 is done & the kits will head out the door to you on Monday, March 4th. This project can be finished two ways; as a Pinkeep or as a Flosskeep ~ Tis your choice. Finishing directions will, of course, be given for both. :)

I can not thank you all enough for your patience and understanding while I was ill. It means so very much.

Wishing you JOY, Doreen

ps..I am BEYOND pleased with how this project turned out!!!



MARCH HAS ARRIVED & I've BEARS on the work table!!!  Alongside my punching this coming week will be wee bears and perhaps a few other sweet friends...we'll see how smooth the week progresses :).


~Saturday, March 2nd~

"The stormy March has come at last, With winds and clouds and changing skies; I hear the rushing of the blast that through the snowy valley flies."  William C. Bryant

Goodness, that quote is ever so accurate, here in Vermont, as March begins.  Our snowy Winter has finally come to stay for a while.  We've had snow almost daily and have had to plow & shovel more, in the last three weeks, than another other time since Winter began!  It is quite enjoyable to see the snow falling softly as the birds twitter and talk of Spring.  We've another fairly large storm arriving tomorrow evening :).

I want to thank you all for your emails and messages while I've been under the weather.  I've not had such a bad cold in a very long time (thank goodness) but I am finally feeling like I am over the worst of it and headed in the right direction.  Now if I could just get rid of this cough :(...

Until next time ~ Wishing you JOY, Doreen 

~Tucked in a valley, at the foot of Round Mountain, among the graceful Maples & Oaks you will find our Little Brown House. Smoke billows from the chimney seven (sometimes eight) months out of the year, a river rambles nearby, sheep & Cows graze in the meadows and turkey's forage along the olde stone walls. Here you will find me...surrounded by wool & cotton threads, hoops & needles on my lap & sketchpads scattered about.~ This is Vermont Harvest Folk Art.

Doreen Frost is a Punch Needle Embroidery Folk Artist and teacher, who is inspired by her love of Early American art. She teaches classes all over the country and has been featured in many national publications. Doreen has a small open studio and shop in her Vermont home where she hosts holiday events, workshops and individual lessons, and sells her Vermont Harvest pattern line, finished pieces and punch needle supplies. The shop and studio are open Saturday afternoons from 1:00 pm-3:00 Pm and her offerings are always available here, on the website.

GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE.  Contact me at Doreen@vermontharvestfolkart.com to purchase or you may reach me in the studio at 802.645.9543 weekdays from 8:00 to 4:00 pm.


SATURDAY'S ~ Noon to 4:00 pm 

131, VT Route 153, West Pawlet, VT 05775

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