Breathing a Sigh of Relief ~
From Our Hands is now but a memory. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to vend so often this year. For any of you who vend or have vended, you know it is a lot of work and stressful, especially when you make all your goods. Vending is what allows me to buy wool, go to hook ins, retreats and camps, and to buy my antiques. There is no vending scheduled for many months so now I can create for me.
Here are some pictures from the show.
Melissa's side of the booth.
And mine :)
Kathy Bonnes (a fellow hooker) ~ Good & Early Antiques
Lori Ann Corelis ~ The Spotted Hare
Rebekah L. Smith
Dean Hicks Antiques
Craig Yenke ~ C. Yenke Co.
Dan & Marlene Coble
Hooked rugs of Marilyn Willmore
Sorry ~ not sure of the names of these vendors
Of course, I could not come home empty handed. My favorite purchases are my two vintage Santas. The one on the left is marked Made in Japan. The other is unmarked.
Please remember to honor our military tomorrow. Thank a veteran. Freedom isn't free. God Bless America.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)