Saturday's show has come together in a way that I'm really excited about. The postcards say 20+ artists, but in the end I think we're at 30+, with a really great mix of goods. Fairy skirts, amazing local clothes & jewelry from Petaline's designers, cool bags, my favorite local soap, amazing cut paper work, so much other stuff. Also: word has it that the bake sale is going to be very brownie-heavy, which is, in my opinion, fantastic. I love a good homemade brownie.
I've been experimenting with the wire inlay in my belt buckles, just to see if I could, not because I am obsessive about that loop pattern or anything, no way. (Last night I went to a little free-motion quilting class at The Quilting Loft with my friend Kirsten, & the very first thing we did was loops, ha. Well, only thing, the class sort of descended into a vortex of horrifying stitch tension & nobody with the right presser feet, so the whole thing got rescheduled. But that makes the loops even more important, being the only thing.)
Since we're on the subject of loops, I'll mention that I'm bringing the whole batch of pillows with me to the show, along with a bunch of belts, a few rings, some dot necklaces, & of course a whole big whack of kid tees, crowns, & bracelets.
Oh, & these pouches. Remember pouch-mania, way back before pillow madness? They'll be there too.
Leftovers will go up on etsy, but wouldn't it be so much more fun to come to the show in person? See you tomorrow!