Needless to say, one came home with me. As a bonus for this project they also had some lovely duponi silk pieces for sale. The selection and sizes varied and after quite a bit of playing around, a few also made it into the bag as "bun enhancers."
While fabric proved easy to find for the project, small brass bells where not. Ashland has 3 bead shops ( how DO they all stay in business??) and not one had any small bells. I was saved an internet search by a lovely store named Soundpeace, which has many things like singing bowls and new age books and music. They had lovely strings of small brass bells. Just what I was looking for. A few other little goodies got into the bag and I was off to the Webster's for a quick look see and to pick up some old Ornament magazines. Thanks Kris, they are wonderful and inspiring.
Cookie A's new sock book came home also.
By the time I got back to the truck, which I managed to street park without hitting anything, there was barely enough room for me. It was snowing here when I left and raining on and off in town. Neither the groceries nor the 60 pounds of dog food could go in the uncovered back. The single cab was pretty darn stuffed. All in all a good Friday!
The one thing we didn't get to was putting up curtain rods, so no pictures yet but hopefully, we'll get things proper over the weekend