WIP Weds: Bazaar and Halloween

Halloween was delightful, the neighbours dressed up and came over. Dad was a Zookeeper, Mom was a giraffe, there was a little bear and a lion. Unfortunately I didn’t have the camera handy. We had 100+ visitors. DS dressed up as a Jedi to answer the door, which delighted the little ones. The weather was nice, clear and mild.

Happy Halloween

Well the Church Bazaar is over, and a tremendous success.

Everyone worked hard and many contributed by attending and purchasing the delicious baked goods, the handmade articles, the silence auction and the great lunch.

A very busy Church Bazaar

A hive of activity!

My mother and a friend working at the craft table

Ok, news flash I am not done making things for sale at the church! Looks like there will be a craft sale the first Saturday in December. So here we go with this weeks WIP’s

Light Foot Christmas sock, Roarin Cloche, Zig Zag Scarf and Baby Cardigan

For more inspiring WIP’s visit Tami and friends.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Minding My Own Stitches
    Nov 02, 2011 @ 22:15:06

    You have been busy …. 100 or so trick-or-treaters? Yikes! That Light Foot Christmas sock looks very festive!


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