I loaded up Doris the Citroen and set off via the Whitby car boot sale where I purchased a rather fabulous clothes horse for displaying my quilts.
Got to the hall in plenty of time and started to set up
A few familiar faces were there!
This is Stewart - he makes some splendid stained glass.
I also met up with Deborah from www.bestaromatics.co.uk , who also plays in the Scarborough Symphony Orchestra, as I do!
There were some new faces too - like the lady who was spinning wool that had come from her alpacas- I know she's not there at the moment I took this photo - but we all need a cuppa every now and then!
I love these toadstools carved from old logs! My aunty has one in her garden which I bought at a pre-christmas fair.
By mid-afternoon the fair was in full swing and I was hoping that Pauline would come round with some of the tasty looking cakes I'd seen in the cafe - sure enough we were rewarded with generous slices of homemade chocolate cake and a mug of steaming tea thanks to Jane!
|Personalised bunting from Oakapple & Rose|
After a really enjoyable day, I called the chauffer to take me home
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