This meant the beginning of the Fair was rather frantic - but after a quick detour to the bank, two coffees and a mulled wine, things thankfully picked up.
And it was lovely Fair - quite small but busy enough, and better I think than last week's. For a start it was inside and the hall actually smelt Christmassy, of cinnamon and cloves - even the music on a loop didn't bother me that much.
Sales weren't too bad either. The only extra thing I bought along was this little bedside table I picked up in a charity shop and covered in lovely vintage looking sort of dog collage paper. Thinking about it the paper actually cost me more than the table... Anyway it was one of the first things that sold.
Apart from the furniture, it was the little toys that made the money again. There was quite a bit of interest in my small hand knitted mice, but they were put down quick smart when I was asked the price.
Frankly I just couldn't bring myself to sell them for under a tenner. They take me Ages. The bigger toys didn't sell well either which was a shame, so if anyone would like an owl with babies or an elephant, let me know!
Linking up with the very lovely and inspiring Handmade Monday