Friday, 9 July 2010

Craft Hatch here I come!

I've figured out what time I have to be at Craft Hatch and will catch the 9.29am train to the city. I'm excited and apprehensive. I love this tiny market and hope that, despite tomorrow being cold and wintry, that people will come to the City Library and have a look and maybe even buy!

I took a quick picture of the new things that I take to the market. It's a good reference for me and reminds me that I have worked over the last two weeks. The first week was spent spinning and dyeing with a bit of basic knitting. This week has been more knitting, and finishing off each item and then pricing and putting on their tags. (Sigh!)

I'm happy with the new neckwarmers in single colours, the new lace-up fingerless mittens, dyed after they were knit. Just one more scarf sneaked in and I would have liked to make more button up mittens, but I managed one.

Sort of feel satisfied after spelling it out. Off to move the car as the builder finishes up his work tomorrow. Pictures to follow!


Leonie said...

Oh I hope Craft Hatch works out for you. The weather has not been kind recently.

julie said...

Hi Teresa, it was wonderful to meet you at craft hatch today. I have spent the entire day admiring the hand spun beret I bought from you for my two year old daughter. I am sure it will treasured for many years to come. Thank-you very much indeed.

Textile Tragic said...

Sounds like you're really working into a good routine with making and markets. Plus classes during the week--wow!

geschichtenvonkat said...

beautiful colors! i hope the fair went well :)