The woman cornering up with me, Shellie Sharee, was great. She gave a few suggestions on what kind of shows would be best for my stuff and what kind of questions to ask the organizers. I wish she had an etsy shop so I could show you more of her work. She recently started wire wrapping - it looked amazing!
Brash was on the other side with their jewelry & headbands. They were nice enough to watch over my place when I had to leave for a minute (or 5...we had to go across the way to the Lunch Studio for the restrooms).
Under the Bridge was next to me...they had lots of fun. There was some beautiful henna work going on amongst themselves. It's just too bad that there was not enough light for these shops to sparkle.
Handmade Detroit was just across the way from me. This was a very good thing since lots of people seek them out. Re-Ware Vintage and Make-Out Goods were there representing them. I am glad I went up to say hi...they have a craft group that meets up at a place only one mile from my house! If I get up the nerve, I may to try & join in one of these days.
Talking Squid was across the room, but I had to include one of these hand embroidered ties...I have loved these long before this show.
I wish I had the space to include everyone...and as time goes on, I am sure you will see their work pop up here or on my treasury blog.
Click here to see everyone at their displays.