It was 26 degrees in the morning on Friday October 31, 2014. Winter draws on Again! These Photos were taken at the Minneapolis Farmer’s Market in October 2014. My visit coincided with the first cold day we had in Minneapolis. The growers and sellers were bundled up.
The harvest was gorgeous this year.
Having had a cold that lasted forever; it was my first day out in weeks. The displays were a riot of color in October. Camera in gloved hands, I snapped the beauty of the fall harvest.
The tiny Hmong grandma makes the most beautiful toys, bags and pillow covers by hand. It looks like applique, but it is trapunto. Painstakingly hand sewn with beautiful results.
Thanks to all the local farmers and artisans for what they share with our community.
Please join me at Fiesta Friday hosted by Angie over at the The Novice Gardener.
Wow! What a great post. Thank you for taking us to Farmer’s Market – I have never been here, so this is such a treat. 😉
Oh my! It’s such a delight from May through October.
It seems a very cute market! I love going around markets… Thanks a lot for bringing this to FF!
Thank you for lovely words and pictures.
It’s always a pleasure for me to go to the Farmers’ Market.
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