…Jam Tarts will be a great success! Hoo ha.
It was hard work, a bit of stress, a lot of tidying up (thank you Karen and family), some biscuit making (thank you Lyndall), some moving and lifting and arranging (thank you Rob and Ant), and a lot of encouragement from a lot of friends. Thank you so much – for liking what we make, for pitching up to show your support, and for buying stuff. Please don’t stop :)
I took a few photos.
Here are some frames, and that’s Anne behind the glass with her arms full of blankets:
more frames and mirrors (South African readers will recognise the old burglar bars now cunningly put to new use – what South African doesn’t have a whole stack of old rusty ones in their garage…!!):
blankets and bags and scarves:
more blankets and bags and scarves:
table mats, button jewellery, paper hearts, blankets and beanies:
more frames (and Anne’s mug of half-drunk tea), and more blankets:
tea cosies, shrugs, blankets (no, really?) and crucifixes:
Dawn models her new flower scarf – hot off Anne’s hook:
Every single visitor commented on Karen and Ant’s beautiful Victorian
house. It was the perfect venue. It was the perfect day. We think we might be onto a good thing. Like I said earlier, hoo ha.
To be continued…