So here I am where the furs were kept and to my front left there is actually a door-this is the second floor- where the native peoples would climb a ladder to do trading. Now they display clothing that was worn during different periods of history. At the back of my table is a shaker cathead that is close to being done now and in my lap is a wall basket that I finished just before closing. Nothing like being able to sit in an antique rocker and weave the afternoon away, drinking hot cider while Christmas hymns from an old pipe organ make their way up an open stairway and lift your spirits.
So here is my tiny display basket, where I kept some Christmas candy for my visitors. I've nicknamed it Tiny Tim Prim. I love these little projects that work up fast and add a little country charm.
I've been asked to come back in the spring for an educational event and started looking at sewing techniques for reenactment costumes. Fun! Hope you had a great weekend too.