Thursday, October 06, 2005

Homestead Hollow



We are set up at the Homestead Hollow craft show this weekend.

But we are not in our normal spot - they moved us.

We are in space "Barnyard 201", which is nearer the front of the show than we normally are.

This picture is from a couple of years ago, but our booth looks pretty much the same.



Just look for the royal blue tablecloths with the white lace covers.

7 comments:

Floridacracker said...

So, is this new location better or does it matter? Also, how many shows do you do in a year? Good luck, I hope the weather cooperates.

Rexroth's Daughter said...

Your booth looks good. I bet it smells good too! If we lived closer we'd definitely stop and shop.
Good luck this weekend.

weldergirl said...

Good luck! Is it much different since Homestead Hollow has changed hands? Isn't this the first show since they did? I don't think any of them are much concerned about placement of people. I was always next to others potters but of course, there's lots of us. If I can get free Sunday I might try to come out and see how it is. I would not mind doing that show again. Maybe.

happyandblue2 said...

Looks like fun. Well except for all the work you probably have to do selling stuff and such..

Anonymous said...

I hope the weather and your location don't hinder you from having great sales. Your booth looks just great, I would certainly stop in for soap if I lived in the neighbourhood :)

-Sarah
http://www.slaphog.com/sarahblog/

Rhodent said...

Hope you have a great time and your weather stays nice for you.

I still think that you should do the Christams Under the Oaks in Clearwater one year... it usually falls on the first or second weekend of NOvember.

Rurality said...

Thanks y'all. The new location was fine, except that I had told everybody we'd be at our usual spot. (Oops.)

WG it's pretty much the same but they are making a few small changes. I kind of miss the music being over by the food area, but that was changed years ago.

FC we don't do that many shows... maybe 5 or 6 a year. So mainly we try to do the larger ones that are not too far away.

Rho it's hard to convince hubby to travel much... he doesn't get a lot of vacation time!