Tuesday, November 18, 2014

At Emu Plains Market


Hello.  How is your week going so far?  Good I hope!
Before we get too far into the week, I thought I would share a few pics of my
 stall on the weekend at Emu Plains Market.  What a beautiful market!
My mum and I had a lovely day and met quite a lot of people who read this blog, ( something that I am still surprised about!) so thank you so much for stopping by, all your kind words, and for supporting my stall, it is really great to meet like minded crafty peeps who enjoy crochet and woolly things as much as I do!  
For those of you too far away to visit on the day, you can get an  idea of what my stall was like and have a little 'virtual' visit here! :) 

It was a successful market for me, I gave out lots of business cards for my wool shop and sold a bit of everything which was great.  Everyone was so nice and very supportive, crafty people are the best!! Thank you so much!!


......this is my excellent helper (my mum! :) ), it's always nice to have a bit of company at a market, and mum know lots of people around here so had a fun day chatting to friends too....





So this week with no big market deadline looming, I have to try and reclaim some order in my studio. It looks like a tornado has been through, I have wool everywhere and it is very disorganised.  I think I might spend some time tomorrow cleaning it up and making everything pretty again! 

Have a lovely creative day :)

Talk soon! 

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20 comments:

  1. That's nice news when everything goes well. I am happy for you, especially after all the hard work and effort you have invested. Your stall looks so colourful and welcoming and I like the variety of stock that you have on display. Well done!

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  2. Wundervoll!! :-)
    Liebe Grüße, Manja

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  3. What a beautiful stall!! I'm glad to read it's been a success!
    My only experience (so far) at a local market with my boyfriend was not the best; we noticed that people around here have a strange attitude towards craftsmanship, and it's a pity... but it's nice to know that elsewhere things go better! : )
    Have a lovely week!

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  4. It looks wonderful, so glad you had a good day.

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  5. It looks so beautiful! I would have worn out my wallet at your stall!

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  6. Ahh looks very lovely indeed! Bit far for me but I have enjoyed the virtual tour. Thanks for sharing, Sam xx

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  7. A great variety at your table. Every thing is beautiful, and I hope you had a good day.
    Miss.

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  8. What an inviting and cheerful stall! I would have a hard time leaving.lol Everything is so beautifully displayed (I've seen so many that isn't or it's too busy that the shoppers get visual overload and don't buy anything.). So fun too I imagine having your Mum with you. Don't get distracted while cleaning! (I say this for I tend to.) ;D

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  9. Your stall looks great and I'm glad it went well for you. You just ahave to get in and tidy up the yarn every so often, don't you? Once it's all nice and tidy you can see that you actually DO have room for some more.

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  10. Que delicia!! Amo feiras de artesanato.Beijo amiga.Valéria.(Brasil).

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  11. Your stall looks so comforting and inspiring!

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  12. wow - such wonderousness! wish I was there instead of in the UK

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  13. I am glad to hear it went that well! The stall looked great! Wish i could have seen it in person! I guess that means need to return to Australia soonish!

    Take care
    Anne
    http://crochetbetweentwoworlds.blogspot.de

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  14. Your stall looks fabulous!! Wish I had been around that way--haha--it's a little far for me though.
    What a lot of work you put in.

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  15. Well, it appears that when I clicked on ''Preview'', my comment was swallowed up & disappeared! I shall try this again: What a warm & welcoming stall you created! You are so very fortunate to have your mum there with you ~ no one works harder than your very own mum! I am so happy the market was successful for you ~ you deserve it and so much more. I am in awe of your talent and sheer speed in creating. I just wish I didn't live so far away; I'd do all of my holiday shopping in your stall!
    Warm Regards, Lisa in Oregon :-)

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  16. Hi Julie! Thanks for sharing with us how your craft stall looks like - pretty and colourful!
    Would love to visit, but sadly too far away (in Belgium).
    But I always enjoy looking at your blog, it's very inspirational!!!<3
    Take care,
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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