The show is done! I sold 2 knitting needle cases. That’s it. I’ve decided craft shows just aren’t for me anymore. I don’t like the frenzied crafting right before the show, then sitting at a booth all day just to have people walk past and say “ooh, cute dress. $45?” *eyes roll, walks away as if I insulted them with my pricing…*
If I really want to make my time/work to pay off, then I can’t do shows anymore. But that’s fine by me. Now I can focus on what I really want to be doing- designing and knitting for ME! I’ve put my secret design on hold for this show, and now I can get back into it. Hopefully it’ll be done before the knitty deadline.
Here are some pictures of the show, in case you missed it, which I’d say you probably did. It was really hard to find the venue, and it rained on and off all day, both of which didn’t help. Anyway, our (Knitsburgh and Handknits by Susan) booth looked great, and we had a whole other table to put the rest of our stuff on.