I’m finally getting back to the blog to share the pics I took of some of the other vendors at The Summer Market. I’ve been being lazy – I just cannot get my energy back and my creativity flowing much. Hopefully soon.
I’ve been having requests for a slipcover tutorial. And I’m happy to tell you that it is in the works. Hopefully very soon. I happen to have aquired a couple really nice, vintage wingbacks for our home and they need to be slipcovered. My plan is to do the best I can getting photos of the whole process with the first one and do a video tutorial with the second. I’ve never worked with videos much so this will be a trial and error thing I’m sure! I’ll get going on those as soon as I decide what fabric I am using for the covers.
I had to share this pic of me and my friends – I pulled it off the fb page of The Summer Market. Anne and Marcy both helped me fill the booth – Anne drove her truck and trailer to haul stuff. You can’t make it in this business without the help and support of friends who love to create too!
Our neighbor at the show was Denise from Feather Your Nest in Pickerington, Ohio. We were neighbors at the Springfield Flea in May of 2013 and since then Denise and her daughter Cait have become great friends to me! I sell stuff in their store and buy my Milk Paint from them. Will be buying chalk paint from them now too as I’ve switched brands after learning some rather distressing facts about the paint I was using previously.
Sadly I don’t know the names of all the vendors. My daughter and I took a quick walk around about an hour before the show was to start and I snapped a few pics on my phone.
My daughter loved the clothes in this booth and ended up buying a skirt.
I LOVED this sofa! It was very reasonably priced too – If I’d had room to haul it home I probably would have!
This one is gorgeous too. So very well done and fun!
It was a beautiful weekend, a successful sale and I’m looking forward to the possibility of next year!
Sew a Fine Seam
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