The show is over and it was great fun! Lots of stress but in looking back, worth it. I got to spend time with some friends and meet some wonderful bloggers I only knew through blogland.
This is my Rogue Friday morning. I felt like a little like Sanford and Son the way I was loaded up. I don't know how I had my camera set that all my pictures came out so blue.
These are the only pictures I took. Every time I was going to get the camera I got distracted, so this is it :( For some great pictures visit Earlene, Lori and Karen.
I was told by several people who do shows that you never know what will sell. I was sure Melinda's sewing pockets (see previous post) would fly out of the booth and that Sherry's hooked pieces (also in the previous post) would, too. I was convinced my Betsy style pumpkins and my little mats would not come home with me. WRONG!!! Only two of those pockets sold. NOTHING hooked sold. I mean not even one hooked item between the three of us. Thankfully I sold more spoon jewelry than I expected. Know what else sold well? Dried gourds and dried walnut bowl fillers! Other than that just a few odds and ends.
In the booth next to me was Ann of 1803 Ohio Farm Baskets. We've met before and we shared a room Friday night. What a sweet lady. Bobbie, the Evening Stitcher was across the lot from me. She's a good hooker friend :) I also got to meet Lori and Earlene in person and spend a little time chatting with Karen (see links above). There were other bloggers I met but my mind is still in a fog and I don't want to forget anyone. Holly Hills Dawn did a wonderful job organizing this show. It was the first one and there is not one thing I would suggest she do differently (other than sell her soul to the devil so it doesn't rain next time . . . lol).
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)