Some even dressed for the occasion in some fantastic slacks, bribes and $$$'s were offered to Marcia to part with her 'Party Pants' but she couldn't be tempted.
Can't blame her...
There are always bags offered for sale, and this one is a beauty. Some stunning Japanese fabrics featured on a beautiful soft tote.
Sorry about the appearance of the misshapen foot on one, it had stuffing in it and didn't photograph very well. It's a lovely stocking, believe me.
A stunning wall hanging featuring circles of lovely Japanese fabrics and straight line quilting.
Even though everyone is busy with the Fair, there were two charity quilts for Show and Tell.
Inga completed this mainly pastel string quilt for Najida.
Val created this quilt using Aboriginal designs and fabrics for Laurel House.
Laurel house has opened another office in country Queensland, where most of the clients are of Aboriginal descent.
The Laurel House folks purchased some fabric for Val's group to get them started, and it's no surprise that Val's quilt is the first one completed.
Our Cottage will be open Friday 29th November from 2.00p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
and Saturday 30th November from 8.00 a.m. until 2.30p.m.
for more info. pop over to the Cottage Web page here
Hope to see you at the Fair!
The address is:-
5 Main Street
(Opposite the State Primary School)