End of an era

If I were a real store on a busy high street, I would be able to open a bottle of fizz, bake some cup cakes, put some bunting up and enjoy these last few days making my customers happy as they rummage through baskets of heavenly fibre.

I have the East Sussex Guild weavers, spinners & dyers exhibition to look forward to where I hope I will be able to sell off any remaining wool and fibre that is excess to my requirements.

I’ve made friends with many of my regular customers and am always delighted when they share with me what they have created with their purchases.

Thank you…………

where’s my hanky?

 

 

 

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2 Comments to “End of an era”

  1. I think you’ve done brilliantly to keep it going for so long – hope you manage to sell your remaining stock

  2. Thank you so much, am trading at the exhibition in October so need to get it organised for that, then I’m done! Now I’m a Country Market producer jam. marmalade and cake have taken over….

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