February 25, 2014

Catching up.

Day 1 at the Foothills Craft Guild Show with the new booth that Gary designed and built for us.
The TN Creates Show at the Secret City Festival

While I found myself locked out of this blog last year, I was out of work and trying to find the next job.  I was also busy building my weaving business. I was thrilled to be accepted into the Foothills Crafts Guild last spring.  I had booths at 17 area festivals in 2013, including to name a few:  the Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival in Townsend,  the Tennessee Creates Show in Oak Ridge as part of the Secret City Festival, both the Meadowlark Festival and the Hummingbird Festival at Ijams Nature Park in Knoxville, The Spring and Fall Clinch River Antique Fairs in Clinton, TN, and ending the craft show year with the grand finale:  my first Foothills Craft Guild Show at the Jacobs Building in Knoxville.

This year, we will be returning to many of these shows and others.  I'm excited to say that I have just passed the jury for the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen and will have a booth at one or both of the Guild's shows in Berea, KY this year.  We've also signed up to be one of the vendors at the Knoxville Trade Day at the Jacobs Building in Knoxville, TN one Saturday each month starting on March 15.  This is a great way to start this coming craft year.

Under the big tent at Asbury Methodist Church
Outside at the Clinch River Antiques Fair in Clinton

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