Saturday was a fine day for the Christie fall antique show.
As usual,I was too busy to take pics of the 300 or so booths and selfishly only managed my own.
The back rack before it blew down (it always does mid-afternoon when the wind picks up) The 3 quilt tops on the bottom are all 19th century, the left one sold.
You can see the lovely blue sky. But I am not too sure about the booth over the road that sells masses of second hand handbags...not even vintage.
My quilt rack sagging under the weight. Middle left quilt was a cracker, a turn of the century 'Court House Steps' wish I had taken a better picture, it was one of my favorites. Simple turquoise checkerboard went to a new home, as well.
Canadian redwork and Irish Chain left home. I take photos to remind myself of the lovely pieces that pass through my hands.
Vintage blankets on the ground, I do have a blanket rack but people seem to always look at the mess on the grass. Hey, if it is not broken, don't fix it.