Anything Goes Here and Alison of The Polo House, both sweethearts.
She also mentioned Lisa from The Frenchman's Wife...Lisa was also selling her wares, just across the aisle. (I also admired her booth, and am kicking myself for not taking a photo...really I was in awe, and little bit shy.) ((My husband was telling me... tell her about your blog, and I'm like... nooooo, really...it's just a little blog)) Lisa had old scissors and vintage stationary supplies and corks and fantastic displays, and I wish I had taken some photos! My poor description does not do her beautiful and unique booth justice.
and her phone number is 563 690-1593. I can't wait to visit later in the summer.
All I bought was a large blue Ball canning jar from the Iowa Junk Gypsies. They had a great display too with so many things I wanted... All in all, a nice day out, and some new acquaintances. Meeting new people and being inspired by their creativity, that makes a day at the flea market so much fun.