Monday, June 20, 2011

Had a wife and couldn't keep her . . .

Since posting Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater I've kind of/sort of been haunted by pumpkins. Seriously - I've not been able to browse a thrift store without hoping to find an inexpensive funky orange item that can be remade into a pumpkin. I'm pleased to announce that many an unwanted garment has found new love and new life as a one of a kind pumpkin from down here where they're hard to grow. The small ones made their public debut last week at Poplar Head Farmer's Market. Many Thank You's to Julie for the fabulous photo.

From notsewnew

1 comment:

  1. Hi!

    I just discovered your blog by searching for "dothan al farmer's market," then following the vendor info to your website, then following your link to your blog. My husband and I recently got married and moved from Birmingham to Troy. We are actually on our way to becoming beekeepers ourselves, and hope to have our first colony next spring! We will be at the farmer's market next Saturday, and I hope to get to meet you!