If you don't like looking at lots of photos then it's probably best to give this posting a miss. I couldn't let Saturday's fair go unmarked though and I wanted to share with you some of the lovely things that were on offer. It was a great day with a lovely friendly atmosphere. The weather was kind to us and the rain only started as we were all packing up.I tried to get plenty of photos this time but sadly some have not come out well including those of Jo's (Hesta Nesta's) gorgeous stall. We had some very bright sunshine which meant that taking photos of some stalls was impossible, so apologies to those people whose stalls I haven't captured.
This was my stall before the doors opened.
Part of Debbie's pretty stall.
Linda and Jake's of Tabby Roo.
Vicky from Tickle Penny Vintage
More of my bits and pieces
I did sell quite a lot but still seemed to come home with loads so if there is anything you see that takes your fancy drop me an email. At some point I will get round to listing things in my Etsy shop but it could be a while !
Carol from Pure Country, she also had a wonderful display of floral pinnies.
Lindsey of Elsie Sparrow, I can never leave her stall empty handed.
Lots of lovely knitted goodies from Carol of Sara Carol Makes. Her mannequin was great.
Amy from Blighty Boutique was joined by her mum Annie The Felt Fairy. Amy had made some lovely felt poppies for the poppy appeal.
Caroline's quirky stall, love the tea cosy.
I snapped up this wonderful old painted WI glazed notice board. It has been converted in to a display cupboard and I was so excited when I spotted it. I can't remember the name of the lovely lady who was selling it but I know it was Kris's mum. Sadly the pictures of Kris's amazing stall didn't come out.
This was Vicky of Vicky Loves Vintage. I was very tempted by the barbola plaque.
Sharon of Shabby Polka Dots had some beautiful hand made pictures and note books.
Eleanor was selling some gorgeous bags made from vintage fabrics, I am really cross that I didn't snap up one of the yellow rose bags.
And finally another snap of my lovely WI cupboard. It needs a new catch and I may remove the doily shelf edging but will share some more photos of it once it is in it's new home. Mr C also bought the lovely old Moroccan style stained glass lantern to hang in the garden.
Finally I just want to thank all of the amazing sellers for making the event such fun and so friendly. Also thanks to all of our lovely customers who were so appreciative and also so wonderfully friendly. They had travelled from far and wide including one lovely lady who had travelled all the way from Birmingham on the train having read about the fair on my blog.