...and it was fantastic! I did so much better than I thought I would. I managed to get some pictures once we'd finished setting up:
I was sharing a table with my mother-in-law, who makes the cutest knitted socks for adults and newborns. She was a little disappointed with how she did - I guess we shouldn't have expected to sell thick socks in May in a desert country. Oh well!
I loved the experience, even though it was exhausting: we were there from 10:30 am to 9:00 pm. It takes so much energy to constantly strike up conversations with potential customers and try to get them to buy your wares.
Here's a couple tips for anyone about to sell at their own craft fairs: biscornus do really well, and people are more likely to buy small pieces than they are big ones. I didn't sell any of my big(ish) framed pieces, just little hangings and pouches and biscornus.
I had a blast, I really did. I'll probably do it again in another six months - so pretty soon I'm going to have to get crackin' and start making more pieces!
Tired but happy,