The ladies who put on this hook in know how to do it right! What is better than a room full of 150 or so hookers? They came to hook, eat, shop. And shop they did. This was the first time Melissa and I had the opportunity to vend at this hook in. It was a wonderful day with record sales for both of us. Our hard work definitely paid off! A few pictures of our booth.
My goods ~
And Melissa's beautiful jewelry, mostly crafted from antique and vintage buttons, lace, etc. She is so creative.
I barely had time to peruse the rug show, but quickly snapped some pictures.
This pattern is from an old Create & Decorate magazine. I am going through my copies to see if I can find it.
A few more pictures to share in my next post.
I haven't had a give away in about forever and just realized my last post was number 1300. As I've said before, that's a lot of blah, blah, blah. These are the hook pouches that did not sell so I will give the winner her choice. (I'm making the assumption that it will be a her. I can think of only one "him" reader and that's my DSO.) More will be included, but I have not yet decided what. It will depend on whether the winner is a hooker or not. The top two are completely hand sew and made from antique coverlets. The bottom is machine sewn and made from antique homespun.
They are lined with wool.
As always, my rules are simple. Leave a comment on this post or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with give away in the subject line. The winner MUST contact me within 3 days or I will choose another. Please no sharing on any social media. This is for my readers only. A winner will be chosen Friday eve.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
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