. . . what will sell and what won't. Things that sold well at the last hook in did not sell at all. One hook in down and one to go.
A great group of hookers met in Navarre, Ohio, for the Ft. Laurens Rug Crafters hook in. This is the second year I was invited to vend and I am thankful I was asked. It is a smaller hook in and since many already own one of my spoon necklaces, I hardly sold any. I did sell quite a few "add ons" and beads, a few patterns and heart pin cushions. Of course I had hoped to do better, but I am pleased with my sales. Every little bit helps support my habit :)
Hooker friend Melissa is so creative. She made these beautiful hooked necklaces and some with charms.
Sweet scissor/hook holders and pin cushion necklaces . . .
. . . and her amazing wool cuff bracelets embellished with old buttons, lace, Sari ribbon, charms, etc.
A few rugs were displayed.
Isn't this a fun pair?
I think this was called "initials in a tree".
Isn't that neat?
Here is one rug that was being worked on. It is a Woolley Fox pattern, 6 1/2 feet long. Her colors were amazing.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Happy Sunday to you.
Pug hugs :)