Sportsmen then begin to shoot.
me and inexpensive at £10 a pack because it
very pretty with its washed faded vintage look that is real because of the age. It is a French fabric and I am really thrilled with it. The patterns are small enough to go into my work so as not to loose or take away any beauty of this early 1900's piece.
When I went to the Painted Room stall that Clare (of the Vintage Bazaar fame) directed me too with lots of beautiful pieces and of course a few bags with stunning vintage eiderdown fabrics and paisleys this is what I spotted. I chose this eiderdown fabric over the bags of paisleys as I had some of all of the paisleys at home already apart from one little piece in a pack, so I had my business head on and not with my heart I bought this piece instead. I think you will agree it is simply beautiful and it is a large piece so lots can be done with it.
Vintage Treasures had some lovely bits including buttons, hand knitted dish cloths and so much
kitchenalia ... I was sorely tempted but I was good .. opting for some tiny green mother of pearl buttons and two dish cloths. I do knit my own but it is time and these were just lovely and what was needed.
I can see some pear conserve in here!
My final purchase at the fair was these beautiful silk flowers which I loved I am collecting to add to some of my sampler pictures. so these were a stunning light colour rose and really delicate.
I purchased these from Rosiebud Decorative and I think they were a fabulous purchase and I am really pleased.
Well how good was I because that was all that I bought from this delicious fair. I do go down into town and purchase some more bits at Alisons shop but that is for another day. I hope you have enjoyed having a browse in my shopping basket today. It is time for me to get on with my stitching so I will say farewell and Happy Stitching! XX