I need to thank Jackie from The Back Shed for helping me identify the mystery wildflower in my last post!
She guided me to Google a plant called Cinquefoil, where I found the type whose narrow leaves matched mine perfectly! It is the "Rough Fruited Cinquefoil" or Potentilla recta. Thanks much Jackie! If you don't know Jackie, she is a sweetheart and makes awesome prim dolls, quilts and other goodies you can see HERE.
Onto the craft show! I kept blogging about the big craft show on July 10th and didn't follow up! A couple blog friends asked how it went...well...it was a great environment, but I didn't sell alot. I shared a tent with a good friend who sold embroidered shirts and baby clothes and she did quite well! Here's another picture of my wares:
I had some flag pillow tucks and so many people asked "what are pillow tucks?" The best part of the day was that there were a couple of prim lovers who said "Oh, I love prims" as soon as they walked in. That was exciting for me-like finding an old friend. The one lady who was my big buyer of the day was a transplant from Ohio - she said "Ohio is full of primitives!" LOL! I told her "So I've heard!"
The craft show was held out in the country at a greenhouse farm called Pat's Posey Patch. This is the view I had to put up with all day:
Not bad! Those hanging plants on the old farm wagon were blown out at the end of the day 2 for $10-they went fast!
Thanks for visiting friends, we have some cooler weather here today, I hope you do too.