On the low side, the Trailhead never really got around to advertising it, so turn-out was VERY VERY low. In talking with those around me, seems we averaged about one sale per artist and I had one ... thank you Kelly; I appreciate your support and hope you love the wrist cuff.
On the High Side ... the weather was wonderful, I was surrounded by a great group of artists, the woman playing the keyboard and horns was quite good and provided a enjoyable environment, some woman came by selling pastries @ 2 for $1.00, and they were great! I also learned that set up of the current configuration takes about 30 and dear Beau continues to be the greatest sport a husband and best friend could be.
I also added a few items to my needs improvement list:
- I have to make a fitted table cover; pinning the tablecloth to keep it from flying away is none to classy.
- I don't like the display I created for the charm bracelets and will need to invent something different. (Poked around looking for clues online and found nada).
- I need to make some type of backdrops for the gridwalls (for when the tent sides are not in use). I think the open space creates distraction. I need to make the wrist cuffs the features. I'll contemplate this over the next few days.
So, although I just had one sale (again, thank you Kelly), I'm considering it a success.