An overview of the Alonnah Hall, four rows of tables, and the light source is a very high atrium.
I had a wall space so I could hang up my ladies to show off their fancy shawls.
Iris folding is a bit like crazy log cabin style, done with coloured papers, and placed behind a cut out shape on the card front.
I love these decoupage cards, the edwardian ladies are exqisite.
The stall next to me is a photographer with such a huge range of photos, and the cards he has differ from market to market – according to the market location itself. This time, most of them were pictures taken on Bruny Island – a great hit with the locals.
The locals loved this table. Every second person was seen carrying an armful of books or a bundle of magazines.
Beanies to fit all ages from tiny babies or dolls to large adults, as well as hand-knittted woollen socks which were extremely popular.
This photo doesn’t need any more explanation does it ! Lots of Yum !
Well, I managed to get the photos up, with a lot of trouble. Each new one went above the one before and not after, and before all text, so I have done everything back-to-front for it to make any sense.