We had a gorgeous weekend for the annual Museum of Appalachia‘s fall festival. My booth, as usual, faced the main stage, and a feast for the ears was had by all. Shawls for young ladies were featured at my booth.
In honor of UT’s fall football schedule, a UT drawstring pouch:
I enjoy making narrow belts and lacy scarves. Yarn colors today as wondrous so here’s some texture and some color for you viewing pleasure:
The fall festival features demonstrations of the many crafts that the early settlers had to master to survive. Soap? Get your lye pot bubbling:
Several cabins on the property give us glimpses of the pioneer life:
Grinding wheels are featured everywhere on the grounds. I like the way the shadows fell upon these stones:
I love this crock which stands taller than I stand!!
Culinary adventures included kettle corn, pulled pork sandwiches, and the treat of the day, homemade peach cobbler with homemade ice cream. With the festival over, we are ready for winter!