If you are an antique lover or flea market goer, it’s a mecca of sorts. The entire little town is filled with people, and vendors.
This year at the show we bought a wheelie cart. We didn’t purchase a lot, but the cart sure came in handy. Look at the people. Here’s a view down the street in the opposition direction. There is about two block of just food vendors and at the that the lines were really long.
There are many all busy with people. This year we were on the look out for fire trucks and quilting goodies and maybe a Hoosier cupboard. We just look for the sake of looking too. We take it on the way some take in a museum.
Hubby is always having me snap picture of things he is going to make me…it typically doesn’t happen but his intentions are always good! This was an old home made chicken feeder that I wanted to plant flowers in. He’ll make it for me…right??
I have a love of old containers and things with drawers. Here someone took old wooden crates, added legs, top and a hinged opening. He’s making that too..right??
Oh and did I need a little stand he could make from wooden spools??
I did stop and take a look at this sewing machine…
I was busy checking out quilts. There weren’t as many as last year. Check this quilt out. It’s a six pointed star. When I first looked at it, I couldn’t tell but after looking a bit closer, I can see it.
This log cabin was really neat. It was made with a large scale print.
I am always so attracted to quilts like this with a color solid in the background rather than white, yet I don’t make my own that way….
This quilt is on my bucket list…someday I am going to make one. I don’t care if it does have set in seams.
The hand quilting on this was wonderful.
One of the last things that caught my eye and Hubby’s too was this….
We ended up going in the other half of Gold Rush that was happening in Rochester. I’ll show you goodies from there in another post.