Exhibition and Sale

Exhibition and Sale

I had a great show. It was busy all weekend. Many people said it was there first time attending.  They really liked it. They liked that it wasn’t a huge show with hundreds of vendors. They were impressed by the quality and variety of the work for sale.

We did have some demo space and they were selling tickets on a raffle that supports our classes.

great wheel selling tickets

There where 3 other felters there. They do mostly needle felting.

nancy

wendoride

Of course there was more than just felt at the sale.

laurie linda and judy rug hooking weavingbrooms

These brooms where beautiful. I think I would have to clean my house before using one though. Might be easier to become Wiccan.

Sadly I did not take a picture of my booth. The fingerless mitts did prove to be popular. So that was my weekend.  My feet where very tired at the end. And then of course we had to pack it up and take it home. My son Colin was a great help both for set up and take down. He is a good packer so everything is packed up the and into the van with room to spare.

12 thoughts on “Exhibition and Sale

  1. It looks like a good quality show and I’m happy you did well. It’s always nice to have a helping hand with setting up and breaking down, glad your son was a big help.

  2. Good news about the fingerless mitts! Looks like a lovely show (would like to have seen your stall). Sore feet are to be expected when you’ve had a good time.

    I think men are better packers – my daughter and I are both too hesitant and worry about it, but my husband and son-in-law just get on with it and do it.

    1. Thanks Lyn. I wish I had remembered to take a picture Lyn. my son and I are good packers. My husband is terrible. Half of it wouldn’t fit if I let him pack the van.

  3. Sounds like a good show Ann. I’m glad you’re son was there to help. You’re lucky to have him close enough to help.

  4. Great show and photos. New follower from Australia. Love seeing what you do – you give me hope that I can achieve one day! Lucky to have your son helping – it is a massive thing to set up and take down. Love your work.

    1. Welcome Michele, I am glad we are inspiring you. Take down is the hardest. You are already so tired when you have to start. If you have questions or want advice pop over to the forum and ask away, we like to help. We were all beginners at one time.

  5. It looks like it’d be a really nice day out, lots of interesting stalls. I’m glad you did well and had help 🙂

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