Folding and packing the night before...
A few days before the sale I decided to make dolls. There were already maple sticks in my work basket...
I got three of the larger dolls and two small clothespin dolls made.
It was a fun two days. Shelby was there on Friday with her jams and jellies, and then on Saturday, my neighbor Ann was there with her jewelry. It was a small space, not a lot of room to spread out.
So, that's me in the center, the one with the silly grin. Don't know where Ann had disappeared to. Shelby's little staircase of jams and jellies are to my right, on the red cloth. Cases of each flavor were stored under the table. The "Christmas Jam" was everyone's favorite, and it sold out on Friday.
the center table with the red cloth belongs to Lee Ann, "The Bag Lady". She makes beautiful bags, pillows, and aprons, and was kind enough to take a few pictures for me.
You know Henny Penny! Not enough courage to get up in a crowd and take pictures. Reminds me of the cowardly lion in The Wizard of Oz!
I love the cute little clothespin bags and bought the one in front, trimmed in red for me.
Some of the ladies who sold baked goods.
I sure appreciate you all. Thank you!!