So I set a limit and did my best to walk around and see everything before I bought; with the exception of Sally's Shed. I'd looked at these on t'internet before and loved them. In reality they were even cuter than I thought and I couldn't resist a couple... or it may have been three. They look lovely lined up on my mantelpiece, but they are destined to go on my dresser which is getting quite a homey theme going on.
I love pinning inspirational quotes on Pinterest so I loved the range of cards by Rachel Seymour. I love this quote. We should all take time to do this.
It was a Handmade Fair and I knew I wanted to bring something to do home. When I saw these kits from Corinne Lapierre I just had to have the owls for Sarah and then the angels for me (there was an offer on for 2 kits; it was a bargain)
And more felty goodness fell into my bag at Amica Accessories, where I had a really good chat with the stall holders about the relative merits of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This felty little fellow will have to be the representative of out holidays this year, since this is actually as far as we're likely to get. We didn't even make it to Wales this year! So I'll sew the year onto his chest and remember the summer when I had no holiday, but plenty to do.
And I couldn't resist the redwork decorations on Dandelion Designs. I'll be making them before the day itself, but whether that's 2016 or 2017 I can't say. Is that enough? I can't think I got anything else. I had, after all, to save some spends for Yarndale next week.
And, completely off topic, can I send you Through the Keyhole, where Jo is running the 12 Days of Christmas Swap again. I know I loved taking part last year, although my posting after Christmas was so bad I don't think I even put the pictures of the box up. It was a fun experience and I am signed up already.