I am a third-generation farmer’s daughter. We might be practical women but we also love pretty things. Ask my Grandma about the first purchase she made as a 12-year old after the Depression and she’ll tell you about the beautiful floral prints from the Montgomery Ward catalog that cost $ .60 a yard. Imagine that! My own Mama tells
about how she loved getting cows down from the pasture each evening because she could gather wild irises and dandelions along the way. Being at Grandma’s farm meant sleeping on brass beds covered with handmade quilts made from carefully saved scraps of pretty fabrics. My Farmer’s Daughter collection reminds me of that sweet country life - simplicity with a few fancy flourishes.