All I have to do now is double-check the pattern and grade it. And sew a ton of dresses! I am super excited about the fabric too, my mom picked up a lot of really unique, beautiful pieces. The Renegade Craft Fair is in two weeks, and the DIY Street Fair is the weekend after that. I can do this!
|Marching band at the Shadow Art Fair|
Mitten Made in Ann Arbor got rained out! I think Ann Arbor got record rainfall that weekend, and a few tornado warnings. So we moved inside the Blue House and I had a great time talking with the wonderful crafty ladies there. Plus the Blue House is sooo cute!
Maker Faire was the next weekend, and I was so impressed. I began to unload my car, and five or six people gathered around my trunk and unloaded it for me! They even set up my booth while I parked my car! Apparently the Henry Ford is fulled staffed with assistants, and that wasn't out of the norm. Awesome! There were so many interesting things happening outside of the Craft tent, like the Life-Sized Mousetrap, or the crazy bicycle contraptions running around. I wish I could have gotten out to see it all, but I think I'd need an entire day.
|My booth set-up at Maker Faire|
|Part of the Life-Size Mousetrap at Maker Faire Detroit|