Also occasionally on the Production Line:
And let's not forget total strangers.
I was a vendor at a Christmas In July craft fair this past weekend, and I got into a conversation with a customer, a fellow quilter who admired my items, especially the selvage ones. She said she had saved a lot of selvage but didn't know what to do with them. Then she said she was going to run home and get them and bring them back to the show so I could have them! Wow!
Here's what she brought back. A bejeweled treasure chest could not have yielded greater riches, as far as I'm concerned.
An awesome act of generosity. These will be well used, and appreciated.
Thank you Selvage Fairy Godmother!
A few notes from the Craft show:
I'm still working on my indoor show display, which is really a challenge considering the size of my items. But every show works a little better than the last!
Thanks to the addition of these brackets, my grid walls are now free standing, allowing me to set up anywhere. (Previously, I required a space along a wall so I could lean those grid walls against it.)
I was able to hang my banner between the 2 sets of grid walls, and make it look really festive with the addition of Christmas stockings.
Many thanks to my