More pics from the Basket Cottage in Georgia

Here are some leftover pics I took at Suzanne Marvin’s Basket Cottage outside Atlanta, Georgia…

Eric attaching the rims to Kathleen’s Mountain Bread basket…

Drilling holes for Miss Tracey’s mini basket…

I like this next pic because you know when a photo of Mr. Basketmaker is taken outside of his workshop because he brings out his fancy shirts…

Walking on my way to the Basket Cottage, I came across a huge circular spider web. You can barely see it since I snapped it with my iPhone but I still thought it was cool with the fall colors in the background…

An early foggy morning pic of the Basket Cottage…

FYI – Suzanne hosts many basket workshops throughout the year with various teachers. If you are ever interested, drop me a note and I will send you her contact info.

The Basket Cottage is out in the woods and on a lake and is a wonderful place to make baskets!

Follow Me on Instagram… I have five years of making up to do!

Instagram launched in 2010. I opened my account in 2012 and posted this in July of that year:

And I remember that drink – was out to dinner with my mom-and-dad-in-law and contemplated having a 2nd in front of them… that Pom-Tini was a strong drink! lol!

Despite being a fabulous cocktail, it sat there all alone for over 5 years. Until about 6 weeks ago I’ve been posting a pic just about every day. I feel like I’m starting all over again! As you can see in the snapshot below, I have just over 100 followers. If only I kept up with it for these last five years… ugh.

Anyway, if you are on Instagram, please follow me @theBasketMakersWife  I promise to follow back.

If you are not familiar with Instagram take a look. No stories… just Photos with a short description. It’s actually quite fun. I post pics of Eric in the workshop, his baskets, my paintings, and of course photos of Jaxson, Chance and CoCo Kitty sprinkled in between. Check it out here.

See you on Instagram!!

November’s Cottage Calendar Girl is…

Miss Pat!

It was a great month to highlight Pat Beagle’s lovely little basket.

Remember to contact me if you would like to be on the list to purchase 2018’s calendar. Just finished up the last photographs the past weekend and completing the final layout this week.