Springing into Cheer: Embracing Joy with Our New Collection

Springing into Cheer: Embracing Joy with Our New Collection

Spring has finally arrived, and with it comes a sense of renewal and vibrancy that I find truly invigorating. As the weather warms and the days lengthen, I feel a renewed sense of energy and excitement for the season ahead. Spring is a time of growth and new beginnings, and I love nothing more than getting my hands in the dirt and tending to my garden. There's something so satisfying about watching new life emerge from the earth and seeing the first buds appear on the trees.

One of my favorite things about spring is the opportunity to enjoy fresh, homemade meals made with ingredients straight from the garden. There's nothing quite like the taste of a salad made with freshly picked lettuce or a pasta dish made with ripe tomatoes and fragrant herbs. Cooking with seasonal ingredients not only tastes better but also connects me more deeply to the rhythms of nature.

But spring isn't just about gardening and cooking – it's also a time to refresh our homes and our wardrobes. That's why I'm so excited to introduce our new spring linen collection.  Inspired by the vibrant colors of my own kitchen – bright blues and cheery reds – this collection is all about celebrating the joys of the season. From the delicate ditsy florals to the playful mix-and-match prints, every piece in this collection is designed to bring a touch of springtime cheer into your home.

One of the things I love most about this collection is its versatility. Whether you're looking for a new apron to wear while cooking up a storm in the kitchen or a set of towels to brighten up your bathroom, there's something for everyone in the "Cheery Cherry" collection. And of course, true to my signature style, I've made sure that all the pieces can be mixed and matched to create your own unique look.

I hope that our new collection brings a smile to your face and adds a touch of joy to your home this spring. Here's to embracing the beauty of the season and finding joy in the little things.


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Up hear in the NE it seems like we’re still waiting for spring. Bulbs were just starting to creep up when there was a freak blizzard and 3 inches of ice. Most of the bulbs seemed to have made it thru tho not in bloom yet. Now we’re having torrential rains. I keep watching a river next to the house that is rising. I have seeds and pots and soil ready to go, plan days to clear out last year’s garden, and then have to sit back and wait….and wait….and wait. I love the collections you’re making!


Seeing these cheerful new things for the kitchen is inspiring me to get back into the kitchen! I love to cook


Love this! I can’t wait until we get moved into our new/old house so I can go prairie shopping!!


Loved seeing you last year in Sullivan County NY for the ASPCA fundraiser!!!! next time I would like a pic with you so loving!!!! maybe we could have a cooking show in the pump house together !!!! Miss you located I am not far from you!!!

Chip De Simone

Recently found modern prairie. Love Melissa Gilbert. ❤️ good for you this is fabulous. I need dresses not so long. Like 6 inches shorter. I’m in Florida just need to cover up badleg scar and longer dresses are so hot here. Hope you make some a bit shorter. Thanks.

Colleen Ross

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