Despite being really unlucky with the weather (it rained most of the ruddy day!) everyone kept in good spirits and there were still lots of shoppers about eager not to miss out on all the vintage and handmade treats on offer!
I brought a long a little token cake to share with as many people as the slicing would allow:
Nice and busy despite the downpours:
So many nice things there caught my eye!
The highlight of the day was meeting and speaking to Antiques Roadshow expert and beloved Worcester resident Henry Sandon on his first visit to the flea. It was lovely to meet him especially as I'm such an Antiques Roadshow fangirl!
I took loads of photos of the different stalls. They are now up on the Facebook page if you'd like to see more, HERE.
I spotted loads of lovely things as usual, but managed some restraint! This was a must have though: an original 1940s, Fair Isle beret with pom pom! Already planning a coordinated outfit around it for Autumn!
There was an amazing vintage haberdashery stall at the Flea this month. It was the lovely Stephanie from Spinsters Emporium - do check out the super website, blog & online shop! There's also photos of the stall so you can see what major goodies it contained!
I bought a Fair Isle mitten pattern (dreaming of the day my knitting is good enough to tackle it!) some vintage buttons and a belt buckle.
I also got this amazing stash of vintage fabric. I went heavy on the wool/tweed! The floral scrap at the front is a piece of rayon. There's a decent amount of the blue wool check on the left and I intend to make a turban with matching tie to wear on Autumn vintage bicycle outings! Watch this space!