The morning of the Market day was bright and sunny, and I set off with trepidation. Well, once the Market was underway, all my fears were banished! Crafters are a marvellous group of people, don't you think? and I was soon welcomed and put at ease, with help at hand from seasoned stall holders. By the end of the day, I had sold some wares, and had orders that astounded me there were so many! So for the next six weeks I made Minion hats until I was dreaming in vivid yellows and blues!
|A sea of goggle eyes!|
The pressure was sapping and I had to put in extra effort, but loved making the beanies anyway!
What a satisfying little project this turned out to be! Working to such a small scale with different elements to create a picture was so interesting. So here is a photo of my 'Autumn Leaf' card. I hope to take part in the swaps for this year too. For info in this regard, take a peek at Ali Burton's blog, veryberryhandmade.co.uk, also via the button to the right.
November and December were busy months, my workroom is a sea of wool and felt and Christmas decorations waiting to be neatly packed away until December 2014.
Many new and exciting projects planned for this year, can't wait to get under way!
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