Christmas in Winchester …

04/12/2011 § 10 Comments

‘Tis the season to be jolly

Fa la la la la, la la, la la …

All stocked up

All stocked up

My stall



Lulu the Hen


Christmas Stocking


Christmas Stocking

Merry Christmas

The High Street was packed almost as soon as we’d unpacked at 10 am this morning, and although we were due to pack away at 4 pm, there were still thousands of people, enjoying the Christmas lights and wonderful atmosphere, so we left it for a while. Β It was wonderful to meet so many new customers and those of you who decided to add to your collection of Adaliza-ware!

I hope you all enjoy your new cushions, wallets & purses, quilts and of course the stockings, ready for Christmas Eve!

When I arrived home it was already dark and loud quacking greeted me, from the garden pond!


"Where have you been all day?"

Yesterday I took some photos of Flora, now 32 weeks old – I’ll waddle round to showing you some more later in the week.

“No clucky chats for us today, Flora – I’ve been busy, out and about in town!”

The High Street
Winchester, before the crowds arrived

Pop over to Wendy’s Handmade Monday blogspot to see where everyone else has been, and what they’ve been making.

Have a lovely week and enjoy your Christmas shopping!

Adaliza x



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§ 10 Responses to Christmas in Winchester …

  • Sarah says:

    Glad you had a great day in Winchester…..and how lovely to have Flora to come home to….xx


  • Martha says:

    OMG! your creations are absolutely stunning! i almost fell of my chair when i saw this lovely sewn stuff of yours. so charming and soooo festive. im definitely in love with your stockings, especially that cream-coloured with a red snowflake on it! gorgeous!


  • mcrafts says:

    Wow your stall looks great! Love the duck (or is it goose) with the head scarf! Mich πŸ™‚


  • Susie says:

    Everything is amazing! And Flora. πŸ™‚ And I bought an apron today (because I can’t find my old one and I keep getting stuff on my shirt when I cook!) and it has a chicken on it. I thought, I should sew one myself but I don’t have time, but the Handmade Monday friends will laugh at me for not making it myself.. But the chicken made me think of you. πŸ™‚


  • Wendy says:

    gorgeous products – and the stall looks so inviting too πŸ™‚


  • Caroline says:

    Your stall looks great and so pleased you did well, hope not too cold for you. Flora is so sweet. Shilohs sending kisses back


  • I’m glad you had a successful event, I love the atmosphere at these things, and your items look lovely on your stall.

    Best wishes, Jan x


  • Your stall looks really lovely!
    & I love the cushions – especially the Westie πŸ™‚
    So beautiful…


  • RosMadeMe says:

    I love the cushions, the freehand embroidery takes them to another level. The stall looks fantastic, it must have been a really fun day πŸ™‚


  • Jam Dalory says:

    I love your stall it looks fantastic. I especially like the chicken cushion. x


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