At the October Sage Farm show, one dealer had a big stack of these hot mats, in two sizes, shaped like bunches of grapes.
I thought they were made of crocheted puffs that were stuffed with fiberfill or something. And then I picked one up.
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Three big pieces from Sage Farm’s Hint of Spring show that would be perfect in a roomy garden. (If only I had one!) All three were repurposed from vintage bits of this & that by somebody with imagination and a lot of talent.
A potting bench with an antique single tap and an unusual square porcelain enamel cast iron sink basin. Hook it up to your outdoor plumbing and you have a marvelous place to pot up and to wash hands when you’re done! Two drawers for tools and seed packets plus a vintage ironstone soap dish add functionality. And those white turned columns for the upper shelf add a little glam, don’t they?
Sage Farm’s April show was titled, “A Hint of Spring,” but that was completely misleading.
There were no hints. It was SPRING ALL OVER, baby! Everywhere you looked.
Lots of green, like this fun shelf. Its leafy color really pops against the perennially popular white ironstone pieces.