We are renovating an old farmhouse. There is a lot of very cool stuff ending up in the dumpster. So, yeah. I’m the crazy lady dumpster diving in her own dumpster to salvage cool things. I also needed a way to display a new yarn I’m designing with AND I was home alone with the workshop all to myself. So I made a Primitive Trencher. This is the first of several that ended up happening…
Well, this is a first for us. We never thought we’d be at Brimfield, but The Vintage Bazaar invited us, and how could we say no? Yesterday, dogs walked and trailer loaded, we hit the road. Traffic is never anyone’s friend on Rte 128, so it was a two hour drive. I can’t complain, though. Dave was driving (I don’t do trailers), and I was knitting, so I couldn’t have been more content. The day was hot and humid, Dave was under the weather, and we were short on time, but the people are wonderful, our little corner of Brimfield is beautiful, and back on the road again we go. Dave driving. Me knitting. Life is good.
Find us at Central Park in The Vintage Bazaar Tent, booths 112-114. Tues through Sat, May 12th-16th.
We seem to have a trend going on in our finds lately. Hmmm. All are available at The Barn at Todd Farm, 275 Main St, Rowley, MA.
It’s impossible to say how much fun we had if only because we are so tired it is difficult to see straight. But these are exciting times, and we are barreling towards our next adventure! To stay on point, though, this past weekend at The Vintage Bazaar’s Holiday Jubilee was like none other. We were thrilled with the results of our labors in our booth layout, the crowds were fantastic, and the VB crew and our fellow vendors are SUCH a delight to work with. Creativity, generosity, and kindness converge for one heck of a feel good atmosphere.
Time goes by so quickly and it was certainly a winter of busyness rather than hibernation, but last weekend the wintry nap of flea marketers came to an end. Todd’s Farm Flea Market’s first day was an awakening of old friends, familiar rituals, and great finds. I still need to picture and catalog all the goods we reaped in, but suffice it to say that the studio is brimming with new fodder for our crazy ideas, exquisite pieces will be joining the decor of our home, and our Ruth got herself a nice new napping spot in my studio office in the form of an enormous vintage wooden shipping crate.