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Married to Tony mother to 2 children Lucas 23, Gemma 26 & her boyfriend Sean. Carer for 2 crazy Jack Russells. I'm dyslexic so excuse any mistakes. The Stitching Room is where I spend my time playing with Clarice (my camera) and Bernie (my sewing machine). Come on in and see what I'm up to.

Monday, 7 February 2011

1 of 3 done and dusted

We started with a blank canvas

Grange Market

Grange Market

and ended up with this
we were pleased with our efforts.
There were a lot of people there and it was very crowded for a while but it settled down.

Grange Market

Lydia had her face painted
I watched the face painter what a great job seeing all those smiles when they first look in the mirror to she what she has done.

Grange Market

Then the sun set

Grange Market

to leave us with this.

Grange Market

I did O.K. covered the cost of the stall and made some money so it is all good.
It was especially great to catch up with all our bloggy friends shame we didn't have more time to chat.


Lorraine said...

It was fun to come to the market and catch up....wasn't the sunset fantastic.....we were almost back to the Barossa by then - glad you had a good day!

Kate said...

Looks great! I find 'designing' the stall to be the hardest part. Glad you did well :-)

Cicero Sings said...

Love the little cat face. The gal did a great job.

Beautiful sunset.

seabreezequilts said...

Glad you got a photo of Lyd's face, Chris was grumbling about it. She waited for 3/4 hour took 15 minutes to do then he made her wash it off about 1/2 later to go to bed. Our stall looks fantastic from your shot. Going to hang more stuff from the tent next week(weather permitting).

Sue said...

Hey Leanne, great photos as always ... you professional you!!! The stall looked fabulous ... well done to you and Amanda. The crowd was crazy to begin with and the stalls a bit close together so was all a bit squeezy. But was great night to be out. Glad you got thru the first one good luck for the next two. See you at SSS. Cheers Sue

jodie said...

wish it had been a bit better than ok, but glad you aren't out of pocket. Your stall looks great and I love the bunting. I have been 'gunna' make some for ages.... did you back the triangles, or are they single sided?
Bet it was fun to catch up with some other bloggers.

Susan In Texas said...

Terrific pictures, love the painted face. 8) Glad you made some $$, that's always a good thing.

Happy quilting,
Susan in Texas

PS Go Packers! Super Bowl 45 Champs

Sarah said...

Woo hoo - good stuff : o )

Shay said...

I had a blast coming and seeing your beautiful stall...as I said to Amanda it was the cutest and best turned out one there.

Glad you made a bit of dosh. Yes I wish there had been more time for talking but there's always lunch sometime for gossip.

Chookyblue...... said...

glad the night went well............gorgeous sunset.........

Shirley said...

Well done you. I knew it would go ok. Onward to the next one. That was a pretty amazing sunset. Great face painter too. The stall looked very pretty and quite professional.
Love Shirley.x

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Glad to see your stall was a big success!

Locket Pocket said...

Your stall looks lovely - and the sunset is amazing! Lucy x

ozjane said...

Good work and I guess people will look for you the next time.
Love that bright red sunset.

Levin said...

My sister took my dutch aunt and uncle there on Sunday. I couldn't make it but I am hoping to come to the next one as my SIL is playing.

Teresa said...

What a gorgeous sunset. Your booth looks great.

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quiltygal said...

Good to see you both again ...we will have to have a quilty day soon ...keep saying it will just have to bite the bullet & organise it!!

Unknown said...

Leanne - a bit behind in my blog reading. The pictures are fantastic. They warm me up as I sit through yet another snow fall here in the Boston Massachusetts (US) area. I do like the snow actually, but this year has been a bit much. Glad you had a successful show! Mary in Massachusetts.