Tuesday, October 6, 2009

October Booth

Here are some quick photos of my booth this month. I had to rush things to get the booth ready for last weekend -- Hullabaloo -- a fall celebration in our town. For about 1 1/2 years, I just sold pillows and had a very small display. I decided to take a step of faith and expand my little "store" when the space became available.

I plan on making many more bags
-- honing my skills and making some large and small.

This antique display hutch is the center of my booth.
I hope to eventually fill it with many handmade things.

More to come......more aprons and bags, reusable fabric coffee cup sleeves, nursing covers (aka hooter hiders), fabric remnants, little girl ruffle pants (baby and toddler size), and *maybe* note cards made from some of my photos.
Stay tuned!

I will post updated shots of my booth periodically.

8 comments:

Wraylee said...

I love the antique display you use! Very vintage farm! Missed Hullabaloo this year, but was hoping to check out your handbags. Are you planning on listing them on Etsy???

Julie said...

Your booth is awesome. You need to list the handbags on Etsy, I see one in the back of that photo with some equestrian print that I MUST have. How did Hullabaloo go?

Wendy said...

Once I get more sewn, I probably will start listing on Etsy. Just yesterday, another local boutique owner called me about making things for her shop. I'm still thinking about that one, too. What do you think?

Wendy said...

OH--I forgot to answer Julie--I didn't have a booth at Hulla--just did my booth at Grady's Corner. Too many things going on!

Wraylee said...

I'll be watching for a blog post if you do decide to sell locally! I love the hand bag on the left side of the pic, the green and red one! Email me details if you still have it for sale???? ardesk at turbonet dot com

Wraylee said...

Sooooo, just realized that Grady's Corner is Two Old Gals, Hen House Chicks. You already sell locally! :)Feeling sheepish:)

Jeanneoli said...

It looks amazing and I love all the fabrics you use!!!

Molly said...

wow! what a lot of work. it all looks so pretty!

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