Thursday, September 5, 2013

Silver Dollar City

Well the time has finally arrived and we are set up at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO.
It has been quite the experience and we have really enjoyed being a part of the 1800's!

Our booth is packed to the brim with lots of goodies!

Rug hooking, oxford punch, and needle punch supplies as well as lots of finished goods.

Pati  and Sandra were out for a couple of days and returned home but they will be back this weekend ready to help for the next 3 1/2 weeks.

Our booth gets changed around a bit everyday :)

Ann and I have been showing lots of kids how to hook and punch and surprisingly they caught on very quickly.

It has been very warm during several of the days but with lots of ice cold water we kept right at it!

If you get a chance and are in the area we would love to have you stop by for a visit!

Happy Trails....Ginger


Three Sheep Studio said...

Your booth is amazing !!
Wow, packed to the brim doesn't even begin to describe it...
Everything looks so nice and is presented beautifully. Who wouldn't want to "come in and browse". ;)
It is wonderful that you are demonstrating to others some of these arts. ;)

Trace4J said...

What great fun.
Sure wish I lived closer.
Beautiful treasures.
Woolie Blessings

cucki said... much fun :)

Jacqueline said...

I wish I was in the area.. your booth looks fantastic. On second thought maybe it is a good thing I am not in the area I might have to take out a second mtg on my house.

Your work is simply amazing. Thanks for sharing.

WoolenSails said...

That looks like so much fun, what a great place to have a booth. Your booth looks wonderful, I hope you do well and have fun too.


moosecraft said...

Absolutely fabulous! Looks like so much fun!

HomeSpunPrims said...

How awesome! The booth looks wonderful Ginger. Thanks for showing us. Hugs, Lori

theoldtatteredflag said...

Your booth looks AWESOME!! I hope we get the chance to take the drive over. It was very enjoyable meeting you all today!!

Jess said...

I loved meeting and talking with you ladies yesterday at Silver Dollar City! I learned so much from you both and I can't wait to get started on my rug hooking and needle punching; the problem is going to be deciding which one to do first.... Ha. :) Hope you have great luck with the rest of the Heritage Festival!