Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Owl Be Busy

Yes, I do have lots of owl charts and kits don't I?
Owl be busy stitching them this month (bird pun - double points!).


On Saturday morning my mom, sister, and I headed off to our local grange for the Harvest Festival Celebration. 
The grange hosts the Community Growers' Market and with the festival...

...there were more vendors then usual - over a dozen.

One booth pressed apples...

...for juice and cider.

Felt hats for sale.

Artfully designed items.

Dried flowers.

Fresh produce.

Grains and cereals.

Woven hotpads.

Squash

The guys' hang out - knife sharpening!

Horse shoe pumpkins

Apple filled goodies - these came home with us.

Knitted sweater.

Autumn bouquet.

Old time fiddle music.

This sums up the festival and the season!

9 comments:

Jennifer said...

I love these sort of festivals and fairs. Most here have become so overcrowded and commercialized though. The Wool Festival is still nice. What lovely photos of your day. Thanks for sharing.

Margaret said...

Looks like so much fun! Love the variety of what is available to look at and buy!

Stitchinowl said...

Thanks for sharing the photos of your fun outing. I love your inventory of own patterns. I've never seen the Notforgotten Farm owl design before. Thread your needle and get started!
Carolyn

Maggee said...

Great pictures that do sum it all up! Going to an Apple Festival this weekend... can't wait! Looking forward to all of the fun, PLUS getting apples to cook and can and so on! You certainly do have a bunch of owl charts! Hugs!

Vickie said...

Now if I could only find THAT many poodle charts!!
Great festival.

Justine said...

What a great collection of owls! I think the collective term is a parliament of owls?

Le trame della Galaverna said...

Wow beautiful post and great pictures
Colors are so vibrant and intense
Sun is shining in the sky it was an happy day.

the Fairy Stitcher said...

great owl designs, beautiful market

Weronika said...

Amazing fair! Such a lovely things are there. Horse shoe pumpkins are amazing!