Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Homemade and Vintage Fair

We went to a homemade and vintage fair at Thirlby village hall on Sunday organised by Jackie and Sarah,  I took lots of pictures of their lovely wares on sale


There were dressers full of jugs, teapots and old irons, home made jams and marmalades, candlesticks and  tea cosies, 


lots of glass and china and old tools,



 chairs covered in pretty fabrics, bags and hearts,



"the sewing corner"


and the village ladies kept us all filled up with their delicious cakes, scones and shortbread....mmmmm.



I brought a few things home with me that I couldn't resist,



two lovely hand painted glasses, a pretty cup, saucer and tea plate, three fish knives that were made into hooks and a tiny jelly mould,  as soon as I got home I made up a jelly from morello cherry cordial and it was scrummy to say the least!!



"wibble wobble"



I can't decide weather to glue a liquer glass to the plate and make a sweet stand or to just enjoy it for afternoon tea, allready looking forward to the next fair in April,

Lucey ".."

13 comments:

Jenny at Red House said...

What lovely treasures! lucky old you! I have an old glass with a pixie on that was my Nana's and I love it! jennyx

CraftySmiles said...

Wow,I love the tea cup. And that jelly looks yummy : )
Have a good day

Poppins Creations said...

Looks like you had a lovely time :)
And what a beautiful teacup! I'm not surprised that you couldn't resist.
Hannah x

Betty said...

YOu have some beautiful finds, aren't the glasses and cups pretty. What a lovely day you must have had. (my word prompt was funny 'uranal'!)

polkadotpeticoat said...

What beautiful treasures...delightful!

Rose H (UK) said...

Looks like you had a great time, and such lovely treasures to bring home. There certainly was a lot of interesting goodies for sale:o)
Rose H
x

♥ Miss Tea said...

looks like heaven to me! love the pictures! the jelly looks yummylicious! and i love the cup that you bought, it's soo pretty!

xx susan

delia hornbook said...

It looks lovely and so many lovely goodies there to buy. Love your buys how did you get your jelly out in one piece? i have some 50's glass moulds and they never come out in one. dee x

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Second Hand Rose said...

Aww it looks like you had a great time! You found some lovely things, I really want some of that jelly too! XxxX http://thesecondhandrose.blogspot.com/

Lace hearts said...

That looks like it was a lot of fun, and I love your pictures. thanks for your lovely comment today - I am so excited about the swap, and I think it really is going to be lovely. xx

Rachel said...

Aw this looks great!!
I have recently moved to Thirsk so this would of been close for me to atttend!! Is there much else like this around the local area or is there any crafty/bloggertype groups around? It's often a struggle to meetpeople when you're somewhere new!
Rachel x

Homemade and Vintage said...

Thankyou for your comments about our fair, the pictures look great.
Sarah and I have both been very busy getting ready for our next Homemade and Vintage fair this weekend at Sessay Village Hall, lots of lovely new goodies.
Hope to see you Sunday x