Laura and I are working on our display for an upcoming Starving Artist Market.
We also went by the venue, Good Road Ciderworks, and had a look at the space where we’ll be setting up, Oct. 2, 2021, from 1-6pm. We can do this!
Laura and I have booked our first craft show together! We will be selling at Good Road Ciderworks in Charlotte on Oct.2, 2021!
We have been accepted by the Starving Artist Market Charlotte vendors. More to come…
It has been almost one year since I have posted. It was a most depressing year with a quarantine, political unrest, remote learning, vaccine development, and mask wearing.
You’d think with all that home time, I’d have done a lot of crafting. Not so. Moving to our second home in Charlotte, homeschooling, and clearing out Mama’s house have been my main occupations.
I went a year without seeing my friend, Laura. Now, we’re able to visit, and we are still planning to work a craft show.
My current project is making gift envelopes from magazine and catalog pages. Laura and I will use these to package jewelry that we sell at said craft show.
This is my favorite video on making envelopes:
I’m enjoying this quite a bit!
I attended the Forsyth Piecemakers and Quilters Guild Show last Saturday. Here are a few of my favorite quilts. I’ll add more and commentary a little later. This Carolina Lily was my personal favorite. It won “Best Hand Quilting.”
There’s a quilt show AND a bead show in Charlotte this weekend, and I have decided to go home! Adrianne, my daughter, said last night that if I lived to be 90+ and just made stuff out of my stash, I probably wouldn’t get it all done. She’s probably right! If I go to either show, I’ll just hit the vendors. I confess, I am a craft junk junkie!
It’s this weekend in Statesville, NC! BFF Laura is coming down from Virginia! Cannot wait!