Since I enter some of my knitted items in the local spring fair, I'm always interested in the Homecraft entries when I visit other fairs. I was quite impressed with many of the items on display at the Brigden Fair last weekend. Patricia Truesdale entered several small hooked rugs in various classes.
This little hooked piece of hers was attached to a tote bag.
There were some lovely quilted items. I recognized this sampler as a paper-pieced kit that I have in my stash somewhere.
The woodland animals were fussy cut in this quilt.
This had a nautical theme.
This 'Twisted Pumpkin' table topper that measured about 24" x 24".
I then admired a couple woven scarves. This was twillwoven tencel
This is the only handspun I saw on display. It is in the category: 'Skein spun by an experienced spinner'.
These were a couple of the nicer cross-stitched pieces. I recognized this Paula Vaughan pattern.
I liked the way the items were displayed. The lighting was good in the room and it was easy to get good pictures of the entries.
Now it's got me thinking of what pieces I'll enter next year in the Brooklin Fair.