our lives, things we make and some things we sell by members of our family tree
Friday, September 10, 2010
happy day out in hobart
in warm air and sunshine we decided to take a trip to new norfolk yesterday mainly because i wanted to visit the drill hall emporium. it did not disappoint, lots of lovely items for sale and all in such beautiful surroundings. the moment you walk through the door the smell of beeswax meets you as everything is so well presented and the care of so many old things is ongoing.
the entrance, love those steps
now for some views inside just to show how lovely this emporium is
you can see how everything just glows in this shop even though it is all so old
polishing the silver and waxing these wood block letters, they had a great number to choose from, i could not go home without my initials and i got the numbers for my date of birth, they are numbers that keep popping up in my life, so i thought i would buy them!
and i loved these dressmaking models and look at the scissors!
and look at the cash register, very much in working order in this modern age!
we had a lovely day out in hobart, more to come. when at home here i have been stitching, my take on the 'persian garden quilt' by kaffe fassett from his newest book. hand piecing the squares, easy stitching and a bit of fun.