In the Spirit of Friends was held at Malabar Farm in Lucas, Ohio on Saturday. Malabar Farm was built by Pulitzer Prize winning author Louis Bromfield. In 1945, the wedding of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall took place at the farm. It was a perfect day for the show ~ sunny and pleasantly warm.
Here's a few pieces stitched by Bobbie ~ The Evening Stitcher. By the end of the show there was not too much left in her booth.That's Bobbie on the left and Sherry ~ From Sherry's Heart, on the right.
Here's a shot of Alice's wonderful wools. If you don't already know Alice, stop and visit her at A Day in the Life.
The pictures do not do these rugs justice. It is the work of Marilyn Willmore. She was one of the artist's chosen to be included in the 2010 Early American Life Magazine's Directory of Traditional American Crafts.
This is Rhonda's booth ~ My Glory Stars. Her work is simply amazing :) I'm not sure if all the items in the first picture were made by her, but I know that she did the work in the next two pictures.
A few really neat hooked rugs. The two rooster rug on the left is a vintage rug.
This woodcarver (whose name I did not get) is also in the 2010 Early American Life directory. His carvings were amazing.
I just loved this little smokehouse!
If fall antique/primitive/craft shows don't end soon, I will be eating cat food BEFORE I retire...lol. My goal is to eat Fancy Feast from a crystal goblet, but if I'm not careful, I'll be feasting on the store brand instead. I'll show you what I bought at a later date.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Pug hugs :)
Pug hugs :)