Well, the “Big Day” came and went. Gone. Done. Was all that hurryhurrysewsewgiterdun worth it? Wellllllllllll……………..
I did sell about five bowl cozies and seven tea towels. The very first towels I sold were two of my favorites! 🙂 All the folks that usually have tables at this holiday bazaar said it was a slow year, so I don’t feel bad about the low number of sales. I feel thankful for the ones I did sell – and I did get one order for a set of pot holders. Besides that, I got to talk to a lot of people I normally would not have seen. 🙂
One real blessing was selling eight towels to my friend’s sister and niece before the bazaar. And today I got to give away three of the ones I didn’t sell, and the joy it gave the recipients was worth the effort put into making them. Very worth it!
Will I try a holiday bazaar next year??
So, here are the last of the lot, the ones I hustled and bustled to get made before the Big Day. Thanks so much for letting me share.
I just love this fabric!! It didn’t sell, so I might keep it
my attempt at doing a peasant blouse look – gave this one to my friend
got this fabric in Leavenworth, WA…gave to my friend’s mom
sent this one to AL to my friend’s sister
music, music! sold this one at the bazaar
I liked the button on this one
gave this one to my friend’s daughter
my one and only ‘boy’ towel…even has a pocket and button flap on the back
the pocket – and it works!
my attempt at a button flap for the back of the shirt
Another one with the Bible verse fabric
These ‘diaper’ towels are great. They’re actually flour sack towels, not diapers. 🙂
another ‘diaper’ fabric…country girl look
had a bowl cozy to match – sold the cozy!
for my friend’s mom, who loves birds and blue.
another country girl towel, sent to AL to live in the country.
gone to my friend’s niece
sold this one with the music one. I love this towel!
one of the first ones I sold…used scraps from other projects. I loved this one!
Look! I got my embroidery straight!