So, Friday 1 November is just three more sleeps away, and it’s going to be my first day of my one-month stint at the Red Shed. I have a huge to-do list, and some items even have ticks next to them. With much support from Rob (as ever), who is taking a day’s leave to help me, I’m anticipating an exciting and productive day.
I’m still making my display sign, which I’m hoping conveys the concept of handmade-is-awesome. I’m cobbling it together from an old wooden frame, some white cardboard and strips of crochet in the Jam Tarts colours, and am still not sure if it’s going to look okay or not. But it will do, for now.
I’ve also made a couple of items that will form part of the ‘exhibition’ side of things, rather than the sales side. Just to inspire people, and to get their attention. In the right way, hopefully, as in, Wow, look at that, how unusual, and not, Holy crap, what stupid things will people think up next?
This lamp was an unwanted gift (from me to my ex-husband years ago), he said it was too ugly to use. I knew it would come in useful one day and, no, sorry, Melvin, it’s too late now.
I’ll post again before Friday, but after that, for a few weeks, not so much.