Almont is a quaint little town and as I drove towards the town hall, I admired the river that runs through it, the cute little shops and cafes on main street. I know that it's a place where I could live. It's like the Wakefield of Ontario, a small town with kind people.
The show was held at the old town hall on Water street. The hall is a magnificent red building made of wood like an old barn. It's one of those buildings that when you stand in it you can feel the history and stories it holds.
Emily and Colleen from Blackbird put so much love into Handmade Harvest and it showed with every detail.
decorated water bottles
50 swag bags for the first people at the door.
All the efforts they put in showed with a lineup starting at 09:00 with doors opening at 10:00!
Karie and I want to learn how to sheer sheep, wash the wool, card it and dye it and make a little documentary of our experience.
Here is the hat that I bought. It's made with re-purposed material. I purchased it from Kathleen Nicholson from WWW.2BIRDSINTHEHAND.ETSY.COM.
Here is my table. I loved selling my moon dolls. The best part were stories for who they were for. One mother bought Mother of Love for her daughter. I will keep her privacy by keeping the story to myself but just to say that I had tears in my eyes.
I hope your Mother's Day was most amazing. Enjoy the sun, whoohoo!