What a weekend! I've been working for some time now to sew enough purses and fabric flowers to be ready to sell at Lexington's community festival, which was yesterday. Friday after work I worked non-stop crafting and making tags, etc. for the festival. I'm super happy (now) with the work I put in. We worked for a few days on coming up with a name for my stuff, but eventually landed on the one Matt came up with- merry bobbins. It's cute and clever. The festival was from 9am till 3pm- and things actually sold! My friend Nicole Olsen and I shared a booth. It was a delight to set my stuff up next to her adorable handiwork! I really admire her taste and her mad sewing skills. Here are a few pictures of the setup and products:
My purses on a coatrack for display (I had 8 purses total)
a teal/denim 10 pleat purse
a basket of fabric flower hair accessories
closeup of the tags I made
my table display- a mannequin was later added but I didn't get a picture :(
Nicole's table display- adorable!
View of the booth. Notice my fabric banner up top :)
And last but not least- my 19 week picture! That belly is a growin'!