We were all mesmorised by the fantastic art - wearable and traditional - produced by Kirsten Bailey.
Kirsten admitted she was a teacher by trade, and didn't get enough time to produce her art. She was, like so many other stallholders at the expo, perfectly happy to chat about her work to the kids, even though - on this occasion - we couldn't afford to buy any. I was particularly taken with her jewellery and memento boxes - just gorgeous and reasonably priced.
Later, we stopped by a clothing shop for kiddies. (Stallholders, if this is you, please provide your details so I can credit you for your work.) Everything, from the clothes to the accessories were gorgeous, and the summer dresses were selling at $10. $10 for the prettiest dress our tomboy Missy Moo has worn in a very long time.
Happy with her purchase ....
So pretty she insisted on wearing it to bed!
Mr 9 was taken with the indigenous art ...
Just like Grandma and Papa used to make. Oh okay, but without the chilli!