I think I walked quite a few miles today!
As you can see, there are more people now, but not as crowded as other times I've been here!
I really scored at one of the vintage quilt and textile booths. I scooped up these gorgeous hand-sewn blocks, 19 of them in the bag.
I added 3 more gorgeous wools to my collection.
These are 3 little hand-stitched pictures from Africa-- again, really cheery
I won't go into all the other stuff that ended up in my bag -- some gifts, a couple of books, a cross-stitch pattern, that sort of thing.
Tonight I'll try to cram it all into my suitcases because I'm coming home tomorrow!
I might have a little time to knit on the scarf I've been working on in the evenings, doesn't it look pretty on the chair?
This is a Miniature!!
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