Our small town has an "Autumn Street Fair" every year.
It has been a long time since I have participated as a vendor.
My friend Nancy asked me to share her booth this year .
It started out as a brisk, rainy day to say the least.
Mid morning the rain stopped -- but the cold did not.
We were troopers and made it just fine
after Nancy traded her flip flops for some socks and shoes with toes!
(Shhhhh! Don't tell her I said that!)
It was fun to see all the folks that dropped in to shop and visit.
That's what I love the most about being a vendor -- you get to see so many people!
Nancy provided the beautiful quilts to use as table cloths and I added a few vintage table cloths.
We had a wide variety of merchandise. Nancy sold bags, skirts, aprons and headbands
made from beautiful Tanzanian wax batik fabrics by her
daughter-in-law Holly and Holly's Tanzanian friend Suzy.
They do beautiful work.
Nancy's son Carson and his wife Holly are missionaries in Geita. I love hearing about their journey.
Nancy made the cutest guitar pick earrings & beautiful necklacesfrom vintage beads.
My daughter-in-law Linli and I had a wide variety of items to sell.
Linli had beautiful jade jewelry and I had just a hodge podge of things.
Mostly tea towels, aprons and chalkboards.
Good times! Come visit us at the Warren County Arts & Crafts Fair