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Country Woman|October/November 2017

It’s time to give a big shout-out to the country woman who inspires you.

THREE CHEERS FOR COUNTRY WOMEN!

Whether she’s a community volunteer or a canning queen, has the neighborhood’s loveliest front yard or is a tireless farmer who single-handedly tends 40 acres, we want to meet her.

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Sergeant At Yarns

Stitch by stitch, this lifelong knitter sends gifts of love and support to far-flung soldiers.

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December/January 2018

Paint The Season Red (And White)

Whether you pronounce it “poin-setta” or “poinset-ee-ya,” America’s favorite holiday plant brightens any winter room.

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December/January 2018

Singing Farmer Gives Back

This country crooner fills bellies and lifts spirits.

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October/November 2017

Putting Up Below Ground

A modern-day homesteader keeps garden crops fresh through winter using old-time techniques and a basement root cellar.

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October/November 2017

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It’s time to give a big shout-out to the country woman who inspires you.

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October/November 2017

A Barn Full Of Blessings

Love and laughter replace cows and equipment on this family farm.

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October/November 2017

Seeds You Need

Supplement your tried-and-true garden favorites with a few new plants this season.

2 mins read
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February / March 2017

Country COZY

Calling all sleepyheads: Sweet dreams are a sure thing in this friendly farmhouse bedroom.

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February / March 2017

calling for snow & icing

a fluff of frosting or drizzle of glaze takes the cake—or cookies, or muffins, or giant eclair—to delicious heights.

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february / march 2017

box full of memories

​buttons and baubles recall a neighbor’s well-lived life.

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february / march 2017
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