Well to continue the saga of the magazines---when I arrived at the exhibition they had already been moved by one of my helpers and her wonderful husband.
We had a very busy day on our stand -in fact after telling you all about how much "stuff" we had I think all that we will have left on day 3 will be all those magazines and a few books.
I mentioned that under these tables were boxes full of more things to go out on the tables--well we have no more reserve books and 3 small boxes of fabrics and 2 very small boxes of bit and pieces.
Some of the things that we sold yesterday were a Melting Pot--one of those big cushion things that they use for lace making--big stand up embroidery frames--vintage doylies and piles of wool blanketing and silk dress fabrics plus a heap of Patchwork tools.
You can see in this photo a lady looking at some of the books we had -then the next section is threads etc.
This is the corner section--fabrics to the right --"stuff" to the left.
I had to ask the customers to move so I could take the photo.
The two helpers were sorting out more things to put out on the table.
This is the middle section between the books and the corner-I know it looks a bit messy but the bargain hunters had just swarmed by.
A lot of browsing goes on at this table and great discussions between customers.
Here is the offending magazine table--there are 5 of those boxes on the table and another 5 underneath.
There's Embroidery magazines-Cross Stitch ones-Patchwork ones Sewing ones -you name it we have it.
When it is over I will just keep the Embroidery ones and send the rest to the opshop---won't they be happy.