This is such a busy time of year and I love it. As long as people leave me alone so I can do what I need to do!
Last Sunday, two of my very talented friends and I had an art show at the new local coffee shop. We had a steady flow of people show up and a very good response. This was just a show, no selling.
l-r - Anju, Alma and me
Anju does beautiful mosaics. She designs them from start to finish.
Alma is a very talented painter. She has been painting for about 20 years.
I displayed my miniature quilts. Most of them are framed, a few aren't.
This one on the right is a piano counted cross stitch and then borders added and quilted.
This upcoming Sunday some other local artists, including myself, are having an Open House where we'll be selling our creations. I'll include my smaller framed quilts, pincushions, and knits. My mother is also going to be including the dog tag pendants that she's working on. I think we're going to have a very large turnout for this event. I'm looking forward to it and a little nervous. This is my first show for selling. Will people buy? Do I have enough to show? And if I do sell, my Etsy shop will look empty! O.K., let it go and whatever happens, happens.
I have just finished knitting two neck warmers and listed them on Etsy. I can make these fairly quick so they're good items to sell. They are really warm and fashionable, too. Isn't my model cute? She's very cooperative!
This one is made from 100% Sherpa Wool.
This one is brushed Baby Alpaca with a ruffle on the end.
I just started a pink one that I'm making very similar to this blue one with a ruffle.
I would like to get a few more pincushions done by Sunday, too.
I'm also in the middle of putting up Christmas trees. I put up about six of them in various sizes. All with a different theme. I'll be posting them on my other blog eventually. I want to get them all done by this weekend because we're leaving the day after Thanksgiving for Spokane to visit my son, DIL and granddaughter. Very excited! Check my other blog for more details on this later, too.
I'll keep you posted on the Open House.