The Expo was fun, tiring and sadly, slow. Saturday was a bit better than Sunday, but overall, it was a slow weekend. Many of the vendors said the same thing. Rhonda's and my booth, however, looked great:
Each of us on our own, we wouldn't have had enough to fill a booth. Together, we put together a nice display.
I hand painted some canvas bags but this was the wrong market for them. Still, I think they look pretty nice:
Rhonda and Sheri surprised me with the castle I told you about, all nicely painted by Sheri. The big sheep in the picture is Darby, our mascot:
Finally, most of my sales came from the roving:
I made back my booth fee and a bit more so I guess it was a successful sale. And we had fun. (One of the best things in the booth was a bunch of flowers I picked up. Flowers which Galen is currently trying to eat.) Rhonda and I have decided to do more shows together. This show was the last one of the season so the next will be the Michigan Fiber Fiesta next May. We have lots of time to get felting, spinning, dyeing, painting, shearing and sewing. I'm looking forward to it.