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Weston Craft Show recap

This year my booth for the Weston Craft Show was located in the basement of the Weston Playhouse. I was thrilled to have this new space – it was huge!

Here’s what it looked like after bringing in all of my stuff, but before starting to set up. A bit of a raw space, but workable.

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

I was indecisive about where to put things, so I ended up being pokey during most of the set up. Once I settled on the layout, however, things came together quickly.

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

Blue Roof Designs craft show booth

After the first show day, I came to dislike the naked space in front of my shelves. That evening, I drove to Rutland and picked up an area rug to fill the void. I think it did a great job of defining the space.

Blue Roof Designs craft show booth

I was happy that I had very friendly booth neighbors during the show. I do like to chat. Overall, it was a great show and I look forward to returning next year.

Here’s a shot of my “craft show carcass”, the remains of a booth post-craft show. Somehow it looks like less than I came with, if you compare it to the first picture.

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

I’d like to give a shout out to the fabulous potter Andrea Trzaskos who was kind enough to help me pack up after the show. You rock!

So what do you think? I'd love to know!

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