Sunday, 11 December 2011

Saltburn Christmas Market

Not a brilliant shot of my stall, but you get the general idea of the colours of my hand dyed wool, and if you look carefully you can see the Christmas lights between mine and Jill's stall.
Despite the bad weather earlier in the week, thankfully the weather stayed dry and calm, if a little cold. But what do you expect for December.
Like last month, this market was another good one for me and the other fellow stallholders. Lorna, who organises the market, does a really good job at advertising the market and is very particular about the stallholders she invites, so as a result the market is well attended every month.
All the stallholders were very "christmassy" wearing Santa hats and dressing our stalls with Christmas decorations. I also had some mistletoe to sell, which simple flew off the stall. Pauline, a fellow stallholder had made 10 lovely holly wreaths, which by lunch time she had only 1 left.
So that is the last of Saltburn's markets for this year until March next, and next week is my last market for the year at Botton. Let's hope the weather next week is as kind to us all again.

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