Yay! Success! The weather, you ask? Couldn’t have been better! Last time I went (last year) it was so hot I almost didn’t want to be there.
Saturday was warm, but lots of cloud cover so we weren’t getting too hot. And, being right under a tree probably helped some. Now that I think about it, I should probably tell you where I was.
Every Saturday from July to September there is Farmers and Arts Market where people have booths and sell stuff. There is a special program for young entrepreneurs. They call it Little Sprouts, which I HATE! But, it is a great opportunity since the booth space is only $5, and you have a good chance of being fairly compensated for your investment.
The day started out fairly slow, but by the end I sold three quilts and only had three pincushions left. Note to self: Make more pincushions. 🙂
One thing annoyed me. Many, many people who walked by stopped and touched the quilts. Well, really, they touched ONE quilt: Lilac Hills. That poor thing was so fingered up by the end of the day, that I just wanted to say, “Go ahead and BUY it already!” But, alas, it came home and is sitting in my inventory pile still. Oh, well, I am sure I will find its owner sometime.
Thanks for reading!