Busy with preparations for the Craft Fair.
The stand is made (by DH)
Lots of hooks and rails to hang scarves on and even a piece of wood hanging in place to use as a sign. Besides the stand, we've also been allocated a whole bay to ourselves with three trestles!
The cakes are baked.
That's just my quota. Sharon has baked loads and loads and the rest of us have done a couple each.
The knits were strewn all over the bed about three layers thick (king size one so you can get an idea of how many knits there are) just so as I could get them all in one place . . .
. . . and they are now priced. Besides these which have all been donated by us Maidstone Knitters and knitting bloggers, there is one villager who has been making knitted toys and another who has been making baby clothes so the stall should be brimming with knits!
Maidstone Knitters met on Saturday and discussed changing our venue. A couple of us checked out Ethos after the meeting which has a nice ambience . . .
. . . and Chris and I thought we'd better sample some of the food and drink . . .
. . . which got a definite thumbs up!
Last minute preparations at the Tithe Barn on Friday and then the big day on Saturday! I'm now beginning to get excited!
What's more, Ruth is going to be there selling her handspun so I'm really looking forward to having the chance of admiring some of that Woolly Wormhead yarn in reality instead of drooling over it via my computer monitor and I'm especially looking forward to offering some of it a home!