I was so excited today to receive a Penny Rug table runner that I ordered from The Timeless Treasure, my online store! My husband and I were in the process of starting an online business when he had to have emergency surgery to decompress his spinal chord. It left him paralyzed and he spent 4 weeks in rehab. Once he got home and was on his way to recovering use of his hand and leg, we moved forward with our dream! I’ve always wanted to own a country store, but since he was a minister and we moved a lot that wasn’t possible. Now, with the internet my (our) dream has come true.
I love Penny Rugs and even made a candle mat ONCE! It takes a lot of time cutting out the round pennies, then stitching around each one with a blanket stitch, trying to make sure the stitches are even! I used felt for mine, way cheaper than wool which sells for $25 a yard.
This Penny Rug table runner sells for $19.99 plus shipping. I couldn’t purchase material in the variety of colors for that amount of money!
I love Primitive so this type of accessory is right up my alley! I placed it on my coffee table, added a Primitive Snowman hat, a primitive scoop turned into a candle holder…then added a primitive snowman to complete my Primitive Christmas tablescape!
“I’ll be back again someday” says Frosty!
These tablerunners are all hand-made and the workmanship is excellent. This table runner weighs 8 oz, that’s pretty heavy, so you know it isn’t made of cheap, flimsy felt!
This was my Christmas present to “me” and I couldn’t be happier! I’m excited where 2015 is going to take me with this online business. I just have to trust God to make it work and provide the kind of customer service I would expect from someone else. Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you will visit my store at The Timeless Treasure! We are having a 20% off sale from now until Christmas, discount at the checkout!
To top off my day, I received in the mail a pair of hand-knitted socks that my 80 year old mother made for me! One thing, I haven’t quite accomplished is how to knit that “heel” part of the sock. I guess I better learn from her pretty soon!