Saturday, December 10, 2011

Tungelsta Christmas Market

Socks and Mittens

Marita

felted wool figures

Christmas Market

I visited the annual Christmas market in the park in Tungelsta today. The greenhouse was filled with people. A few members of the local historical association, Folk och Trädgård were selling their homemade handicraft, and you can see two of them here. Liza Sergler on the top photo was selling socks and mittens. Marita Jacobsson specialises in kurbits painting. The felted wool figures are also locally made by Kirsten Rasmussen. If you have a very good memory you might remember a photo I took of the posing Mr. Rasmussen earlier this year.

10 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

These are great Steffe.

Jarart said...

I could use some of those big warm socks!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Lots of lovely warm gear in the first photo Steffe, bet they sold like hotcakes. Glad the storm missed you.

cieldequimper said...

That's Christmas just as I like it!

Peter said...

Good to see homemade local enterprise, I am sure the Occupy Tungelsta Movement doesn't bother these folk.

RedPat said...

I could use some of her mitts today - the cold has finally hit here for a couple of more days!

Karl said...

Beautiful and interesting pictures Steffe.

brattcat said...

how wonderful to spend time in this market.

Leif Hagen said...

My wife and I would have dropped some cash at that Christmas market for sure! Great "hemslojd!"
Glad 3:je advent, Steffe!

Gunn said...

Jeg ville kjøpt noe VARMT og FINT!:)