03 July 2010

Brickworks market today






Another morning at the Brickworks Farmers Market in Toronto. I am getting used to the industrial site and making more use of the scaffolding. Not a bad day, sold the lovely 30s butterfly applique quilt in the upper right corner, I only bought it last week and haven't had time to get to know it.







I was lucky enough to be next to Barbara Telford of Woodsmoke Woolworks, down from New Brunswick on a trip. She hand knits the most fabulous traditional sweaters, photos do not do them justice, such a quick, even knitter and fun to have in the next booth. She says she will make another trip to TO in the fall.






another vendor who obviously likes his work!


3 comments:

  1. thank you for popping by & leaving such a nice comment - always good to see what other bloggers are doing

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  2. Thanks for your comment on my blog. Gee, your stall looks inviting. Glad you sold that quilt.

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  3. Bonjour Jan.

    I love your textiles! The butterfly quilt was sweet. The Organic potato man had some of the biggest ones I've ever seen. They looked like a healthy proportion.

    When you visited my blog you mentioned we like some of the same movies. What's one of your favorite movies? I love French movies and some of the old British ones are great,too. I can't think of any Canadian directors at the moment but there must be some fantastic choices that I haven't seen yet and that you have.

    Have a wonderful day!

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