One of the activities of the festival is the craft show. This show features the usual vendors - jewelry, garden decor, specialty foods, candles, arts, etc. One of my favorite vendors are pottery vendors such as Soap Creek Pottery from Lincolnton, Ga. She doesn't have a website so I can't link it for you. She has clever items for sale like this cornbread baker. I purchased one and made a pan of cornbread the other night to accompany my vegetable soup. Fresh vegetables in the summer make a delightful pot of soup. My husband was a little skeptical.
According to his discriminating tastes (yeah, right!), his criteria for good cornbread is crusty edges with a hearty but not too dry texture. I must admit I tend to agree with him as far as cornbread goes; the crustier the better. I love cornbread baked in my iron skillet and cornbread stick pan. They both bake crusty cornbread. The potter assured me that her cornbread baker makes crusty cornbread just as good if nit better as iron skillets. I am happy to report it passed the test. Can't say it is better but definitely more attractive than an iron skillet.
Haven't done much in the knitting department. This is all that I have done.
The dishcloth is knitted in the feather and fan pattern with festive colors. I had never tried this pattern and found it to be very easy.
Saw this sign the other day.....
Not sure I would ask these people for help.