Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Last Saturday




In an effort to get my spunk back and to contribute to the 'local' way of thinking I took part in the Farmer's Market last weekend. It was actually a beautiful day (it's been cold and raining otherwise) and it was great to be there with friends and share a laugh or two. I decided to treat it as sort of an incubator for all my ideas that might not be appropriate for other venues. With that in mind, and without overthinking it, I decided to stitch up some of the silk I've dyed over the past little while into skinny ties for your lovely neck or around your lovely waist. I also decided to try my hand at selling Rubarb Oatmeal Muffins from rubarb I picked myself. The day was a great success indeed and I'm already coming up with new ideas when the market starts up again in mid-July. Hope to see you there. :)


4 comments:

Kerry O'Gorman said...

Oh I wish I could come for one of those muffins! After we could go for tea and then you could come visit my bees! here's to virtual life ey?! Glad to see you're out and about...love those scarves by the way...

island sweet said...

lovely photos. looks like a market in provence!

Janet Davis said...

Can I have one of those scarves?
The pictures look like they're from a magazine- beautiful table!

Marshall Arts said...

those scarves are so lovely Brenda!! Great little display. It's good to have the chance to try out something new without the pressure of "how you've done things before"...xox r.