Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Devonport Craft Market

Sarah of Cotton Kiwi who is one of the organisers of the market was out at the front door with the 'Lost Property', which was a turtle! (I wish a took I photo to show you). While getting ready for the market she found him in the gutter. A young man came and claimed him and said it was the first time he had escaped.
The Devonport Craft Market was fantastic! I loved it, and I hope they'll have me back! I was lucky enough to have the pleasure of Jennies company all day of A Little Vintage, she was so lovely and supportive. We shared the hallway with us on either side. We had a fantastic spot with everyone going past us on their way in, and again on their way out.
Cat of Cat Taylor Design was there with all her gorgeous goodies. I meet these two lovely ladies, Aimee and Greta of On top of the lily pad for the first time.
And here's my stall.
There's my gorgeous husband sitting there. He would go for lots of walks, and whenever I made a sale I would look around for him and he would be standing in the distance watching, and would give me a wink - god I love him!I invested in a clothing rack which looked fantastic with my quilts hanging at the back and all my little baby tops in the front.

6 comments:

Libbie said...

That looks like a great craft fair!!! When
i go to them here they are old ladies with their crochet dish clothes (which I always buy becuase I know they spent a lot of time on) and tupperware :) Cute about your hubby!!!

clare's craftroom said...

Congratulations I'm so glad you enjoyed it ! Little tear in my eye about your hubby , that's so nice .

Glennie said...

Hi - your stall looked great, love the quilts! I usually have a stall but decided to give this one a miss - after walking around I wished i hadn't! Look forward to seeing you next year ....

Cat B said...

Your colours are of course gorgeous as ever xxxx

sewfunky said...

Wish I'd been there like usual, but was having way too much fun at retreat! :)

Glad you had a good time!

D.

Melissa Antolovic said...

your stall looks great - hope it was a successful day