On to the middle and zooming past to ....
... the start of the small table that I shared with the lady beside me.
It was great to meet her at last and find she loves a good natter and a bit of cake tasting as much as me. So very good company for the day. There were other fantastic stalls at Vintage Lover too. One of them I have stupidly deleted the picture of so I must mention Fi who makes vintage inspired girls and womens dresses. You can find her at http://www.madeinmangreen.co.uk/. She brought her lovely daughter with her for the day and it was a pleasure meeting both of them.
This lady sold the most fabulous things, including elephants she had made out of vintage wool coats. As you can see I couldn't resist, so Stripey Jumbo Peter came home with me to be cuddled By Little Bun.
And from Teena I bought this oh too cute pup for Eldest Bun. She has named her puppy Petal.
Oh of course I had to buy myself something didn't I. Well a great basket in a shape I've sought for a while now.
Always room for a few more buttons. The orangey pink ones will have to go on the cardigan I started for Little Bun about a hundred and fifty years ago. It's in a pale green/blue eggshell colour and would look great with these. I hope that's the push for me to finish it, Might have to make the sleeves a bit longer as she's grown a bit in between the start and the anticipated end date.
I had a fabulous day - met some great people, ate cake, bought some goodies, made some pennies and discussed some ideas for new projects for the future. I have to admit though it was good to get home again. As I drove along the windy coast road, that I used to spend my childhood in, I thought how wonderful Norfolk is with it's complete contrasts of scenery. As I came into our part at the bottom the scenery became calm and gentle again. Then there it was home and home's best after all.