I was at Pinewood Farmers' Market in Munds Park yesterday, along with about 19 other vendors... some selling produce, others selling crafts. We had wonderful, sunny weather with just an occasional breeze! Here are a couple of pix of my booth:
I was limited to one rack, so only brought part of my collection. My hats and shirts sold well, and I got a couple of orders for custom dyes as well! All in all, a very good day, and I will be going back on July 3rd as well.
Other news of note: June is looking like a good month to catch up around the house! I have my gradation dyeing class scheduled for June 26, and will have anywhere from 6-20 attending... good thing we will be dyeing in the yard under canopies! My husband will be hiding out in the house for the day, I'm sure!
Flagstaff Open Studios is fast approaching... I need to get cracking! I haven't made one Art Quilt since last fall, and I want to have a new one for the Art Center Exhibit which opens August 7th!
I still want to make some more dyeing videos... I made one and posted it on my other blog hippiewear.blogspot.com for those who want to try their hand at dyeing patterns... I have several other patterns in mind I would like to demonstrate, so that's still on my 'to do' board.
Meanwhile, the other night at Quilters' Guild, we had a supply sale and live auction to raise funds for the guild... I came home with a bag full of goodies and... AND a loom for making rag rugs and placemats! Just what I need... another fiber addiction! But I can use up some of my stash, so that makes it all worthwhile, right? Just as soon as I can find the time... sigh!