Diane Windle’s gorgeous home (Windle’s Log Cabin Antiques) of log and stone in Coatesville, PA was our first stop as we set up for her 4 day Christmas Open House event. Crafters set up their wares throughout Diane’s home amongst beautiful antiques, most of which are for sale.
Windle’s Log Cabin Antiques is one of our favorite shops in Pennsylvania and we make the effort to stop there each visit. For this event, we set up crafts throughout Diane’s house on Wednesday and worked the open house Thursday and Sunday. Thousands of people pass through for this annual event and this year was no exception… even with a bit of a weather event!
as was the living room (some of Doreen’s Walker Homestead candles seen here on the great table)…
All sorts of Christmas treats spilling out of the antiques! Some of Walker Homestead‘s garlands in the background.
Hmmmmm… I spy some Walker Homestead wool hanks hanging by the fireside!
Windle’s was a lot of fun, great people and of course, we LOVE Diane ❤
If you like country antiques, Windle’s Log Cabin Antiques is a MUST SEE!
Then we were off to Cecilia Taylor’s Henhouse Primitives in Lewisville, Pennsylvania!
Cecilia was our lovely hostess during our stay… putting up with us, feeding us and taking care of all our needs… what a sweetheart! She is also the promoter of From the Farmhouse show in Elkton, Maryland… the next leg of our journey!
To be continued…