Weston Craft Show recap
This past weekend marked my third year at the Weston Craft Show and for the third year, I was in a new location. My booth was in a room on the third floor and I shared it with Julia Emilo, a fabulous gourd painter.
Here’s a shot of the raw space:
I arrived at the playhouse around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday night, so my brain power wasn’t at maximum capacity. It took me a while to figure out how to set things up. It’s like craft show Tetris.
Welcome to booth #35!
I put one of my bookshelves in the hallway because it wouldn’t fit in the room. I think the exit sign is a nice touch.
And then after three days, it all gets packed up. My blue crates (see below) – I’ve had them for 27 years! You can fold them up when they’re empty. I love them.
I’d like to give a shout out to the folks who put on the show – woot! They are so good to artists…seriously. There’s a 2:00 p.m. Cookie Time every day.
I’m looking forward to my fourth year at Weston in 2016!