Friday, 12 August 2011

Gawjus! ;-)

On Sunday 21st August, I'm off to Portscatho, along with my fabrics,

to stall at the Homespun Fair.

If you haven't been to Portscatho and are near enough to make the journey

to Cornwall, then I highly recommend it.

This little fishing village is a delight!

And , of course, you can walk along the coast path and take in the

lovely scenery.

You can have a perfect day and of course take in the Homespun Fair.

Anyway...I've been getting ready some lovely offerings.

This is my favourite fabric this week...

it's 'gawjus' they say!!

Meanwhile...also 'gawjus'...

My ' gawjus' deck chairs arrived yesterday, from Amanda!

I love 'em ! ;-)

But, naturally, I've saved the most 'gawjus' of all til last...

Meggy is 6 months old on Monday!

Totally 'gawjus'!

I'm off to somewhere 'gawjus' at the weekend...I hope to bring back lots of

photos of that!

Hope your weekend is 'gawjus' too! ;-)



KC'sCourt! said...

Truly Gawjus'! Especially the last piccie
Julie xxxxxx
Must say the word virification is "precious" which I expect sums up Meggy too!

Andi's English Attic said...

Noooooo. We leave Cornwall for Somerset on the Friday before. :(

The fabric looks 3D. Are the beads real or printed? If printed, it's a fantastic trick of the eye. xx

Lyn said...

I wish i lived close enough to attend. you have lots of gorgeousness there!

Anonymous said...

Just how much gawjusness can a girl pack into her life??? ...lots and lots by the look of it, lucky girl!
Love Amanda (Shabby Chick) xxx

Twiggy said...

I was hoping there would be a piccy of Meggy, she is super gawjus !!
Twiggy x

Menopausalmusing said...

I thought that fabric had a 3D look to it as well! I have a serious case of the "wanties" for that deckchair on the right........

Meggy looking truly Gawjus, of course.

Anonymous said...

Has an Inglish teeter meself I as to take ishew with the poor standerd off spelling and granmer in yore blog

The werd gawjus shewd not be used aloan like that
but preceeded by the prfix Meggy, derived from the Greek, denoting a facter of a million, in the metric systum.

Too sum up the corect term is that she is


( you have no idea how difficult it was to write this with auto-correct on)

Diane said...

Ere, she is Gawjus (I have taken to saying "Ere" before everything since ive been to Devon!). I was hoping that you had a stall on the vintage market at Totnes but I didnt see you. The boys had a great time watching Torquay - hubby said it was like stepping back to the 1960's (apart from the prices!) and watching a match like it should be played. We had a great holiday xxx

Rosie said...

I agree little Meggy is gawjus. I loved my time in Devon and think you live in a lovely part of the world, in fact it's gawjus.x

Jewels said...

Gawjus indeed Sal - Lovin your chairs - the fabric is to die for! And the little one is sure growing fast! J