On Thursday, Barry took the day off work to take us to the Country Living Spring Fair, something Andrea and I had talked about doing for years. It was brilliant to actually be there. Barry took this photo of us, I think we did a lot of what we are doing in the photo!
Whilst we were browsing, we came across these strange egg cosies, now this is quite amazing really because when we were at The Threshing Barn a couple of months ago we noticed these on the table upstairs as Janet was making them. I remember talking to Janet about them, what a coincidence! It was brilliant to see them again in the shop at the fair.
Barry bought me this funny little bag, it is very soft and fluffy, perfect for a spinner eh?
Barry also bought me this darling cup, I was so moved when I saw it. How that clever little designer actually got to make this wonderful cup is beyond me. See the three things hanging up in the photo? Those are her templates for the designs. I love this cup so much and simply couldn’t move away from the stand so Barry bought one for me. I think it amused him at how I was so entranced with a cup! Clare Gage you are amazing!
I love how my tulips look in the morning sunshine, a gift from Andrea, the colours are so pretty!
I have been dyeing some luxury fibre, these will be added to my shop either today or tomorrow, along with some Shetland and Falkland fibre and some of my squishy batts. Thank you to all my customers for their positivity and encouragement to keep going. I love my shop!
Barry spoilt me even further by buying me these two books, we loved watching the Victorian Farm and felt quite sad when it ended. The other book is just so amazing, I didn’t realise we had missed the first episode but we can watch it on Iplayer. I love the way James Wong treats ailments with natural remedies, and he shows us how to make the recipes too, compulsive viewing indeed!