Market Day

Yesterday was the Handmade Craft Market at Erina High School.

I’ve done this market before when I was selling my handmade jewellery, kids stuff and some quilts but this market I attended as Frankenstein’s.

The enthusiasm of the customers was incredible – everyone was happy (part from the heat) buying Christmas gifts for friends and family and enjoying the music and sculptures that were dotted around the school.

I had an excellent day meeting and greeting. I handed out lots of flyers letting people know where I was located and what I am doing. Your well wishes and advice were very much welcome and appreciated, and its lovely to see that patchwork and quilting is thriving up here on the Central Coast.

Next year the market is moving to Terrigal. This is an exciting move as the market will have more parking, which means more customers and also because its a bigger venue – more stallholders. I will be there next year – check out the Handmade Craft Market’s website for more info as it gets closer to the date.

I am working on beading today so I’d better get back to it.

Happy Quilting