Thursday, 12 April 2012

The wonderful Homespun Fair....and a new fair this Saturday!


I'm just quickly diving into my blog to show you what you missed

if you didn't make it to the Homespun Fair, Portscatho, on Easter Monday!



It was, as usual, a fabulous event, brimming over with

much vintage loveliness.



And I thought it was a celebration of a feast of colour, this time.


















A huge thank you to Gertie and Jane for organising what is always a fun day

and it's one of our favourites !

Here's to the next one, which is on 5th August.

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Meanwhile, if you are anywhere near South Molton, Devon, on

Saturday, we are going to be at this new event!

I think it's going to be a good one!

Hope to see some of you there!


6 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

All these fairs! One day I'll make this one!!
Julie xxxxxx

Jacqui said...

Looks like a wonderful fair. I can see lots of goodies I would have been tempted to buy. If I lived nearer I would have visited. Glad that it went so well.

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos of a lovely day Sal...like you say a real riot of Springtime colour!
Best wishes for South Molton!
Love Amanda (Shabby CHick) xxx

galant said...

That all looks lovely, Sal! As if I've entered a time warp and am back in the 1950s! Actually, I don't really think I'd want to be back there, but with this still-very-strong vogue for everything vintage, people can pick and choose what they want from that era, unlike what it was really like then (and I speak from being able to remember the time!) But how pretty it all looks when displayed like those stall holders have displayed their warees. And those cakes look wonderful! Trust me to home in on things to eat!
Margaret P

bellaboo said...

I think I need to move down to Devon... and the sooner the better!

Miaou said...

Those fairs look wonderful - I wish we had something like that up here! I received a Versatile Bloggers Award this week and am pleased to nominate you to receive it too - have a look here for more details: http://miaoucrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/my-first-award.html