I think I'm ready
Conveniently, our friends are heading home to England today and it's the same day that I needed to set up my booth at a hotel very near Dulles airport! They didn't have to be at the airport until 6 so I had some great help getting my booth set up this afternoon.
We left this morning with the car packed absolutely full. Honestly I was shocked that I got 3 people, out luggage and a booth full of fabric in the car but my little Subaru did great.
Here's my little booth mostly set up. We've already identified a couple of mods that I will do in the morning but their help made this a pretty painless process. (If the banner edges don't straighten overnight I can fix them tomorrow with some tape.)
Here are the gradients and crystals right out front where they belong!
There's a table on each side of the booth with Stash Packs, Shades and lots more fabrics. Fortunately this is a small conference so there's not likely to be big crowds at any time so although it's a little cramped I think there will be enough space to move around.
I'm happy to be here and have all of this set up. Now I can relax a bit!
2/7/2018 05:56:18 pm
It looks great! I wish I could be there to shop in person - but it is probably better for my bank account that I can't!
2/8/2018 07:49:13 am
The booth looks great! I am glad you had help putting it up. I hope you sell out of the fabrics.
2/9/2018 11:23:19 am
Hope you sell out. Have a great time, I know you will have people drooling over your products.
2/10/2018 01:03:32 pm
Your booth looks great - hope you have great sales and make good contacts for in the future.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.