Friday night was Craftzilla, a craft market run by Alt Shift Craft in the City Library in town where people could sell their wares.
Opening was for 6pm through to 9pm.
Of course you can tell which table was mine.
Lots of lovely lavender bags for sale, I almost sold right out of them! I can't believe just how much people still enjoy lavender.
Butterfly wishes bunting, looked very pretty, but didn't sell, will be listing it in my Etsy store soon.
I'm not sure that people here are ready for buntings yet.
There were a few around, and people picked them up often enough, but they just didn't seem to know what to do with them?
More of Nathalie's suspender clips on price cards. I'm not totally sure why,
but I could always sell the price cards!
Fabric hoops sold well too.
The fabric pins and hair clips got a good sort through by shoppers.
A few pins on cards too, to add some variety to my table proved popular.
And of course there were some of these cheeky Santas.
And standing at my table I faced the small platform where different entertainers came and played. It was lovely to watch the different ones, but sometimes it got a bit loud.
And that was the market.
I tried to keep my table not so cluttered, so that people could see what was on it.
I do tend to try and get as much onto the table as possible, but I think it looks a little better when it's not so cluttered.
When you're out looking at craft markets, or if you have a table yourself,
how do you fill your table?
Do you have just a few of each thing and replace as it sells?
Do you put as much out as possible, and keep shifting things around as they sell?
Do you like looking at the things on a packed table?
Or do you like to see things spread out?
Let me know what you think.
Hope you're having a lovely weekend.