A favorite word of mine.
Seems fitting, since Autumn is my favorite season of all time!
It's early yet, but as I sit here in my office which is just off of the front hall in our home, I had to shut the front door, first time I got a bit chilly with just the screen door, in many, many months!
We've just returned from a week at Brimfield, what a whirlwind!
I love love LOVE my vintage-peeps, they're the best, and our little neighborhood in the J & J field is filled with the most wonderful people. Three times a year, we get together, talk shop, catch up on each others lives, and cheer each other on with every sale. September at Brimfield is wonderful, the best of all three. I changed up my booth some and it worked out great! Our spot was the same, so all of my regular customers found me, so it's all good!
This is how I set up my vintage and embellished kitchen linens.
(This photo is on loan to the Vintage Tablecloths Club, if you've seen it before!)
My husband made the display for me and it's awesome ~ space saving and it allows shoppers to really see the items. Love it!
This time around I brought alot of handmade treasure, along with the vintage goods! We sold tons of Irish Knit Sweaters, Wooly scarves & cowls and more. The weather was perfect for trying on something warm & wooly, most people that bought one kept it on! Love That!
It's always a thrill when someone returns again, telling the tale of how much they still love the treasure that they found from me at one show or another. I think that's why I love selling at live shows so much. It's meeting the people who take care of these vintage treasures that I just can't seem to pass by.
We're back in the swing of things here on The Homefront now.
Kadence has grown I-don't-know-how-many-inches in the past month (Enough so that she can FINALLY get herself on the trampoline all by herself!) and Avery is growing like a weed! She's 5 weeks old and smiling and forming her very own personality. Love those two like crazy! I'll post some photos of the two of them next time.
I hope you're ALL in for FALL . . . . can it really be time for pumpkins, cornstalks and apple cider? Yes, I think so! Kadence and I made our first Apple Pie of the season yesterday. No pic though, it was gone in a flash!
Talk Soon my friends!~