Yeh, got some better photo's of my stall, had completely forgotten about borrowing my friends camera, so it was a nice surprise when she emailed them to me. Thanks Ali.
I did really well on Saturday, but I was surprised about the things which did and didn't sell. I mostly sold smaller things like Christmas decorations and cards, so perhaps need to make a few more stocking filler type things.
I got a lot if interested in the my textiles art and cushions, but very few sales.
I was selling small ish unframed pictures at between £8 - £15, which I think is quite reasonable, but perhaps people don't come to a craft fair to buy things like that? I also think a few people thought they were cards, so I think I need to make a better sign.
I was selling the cushions for £18, which I don't think is too bad, as there is a lot of work which goes into them, but I am thinking that perhaps they are more suited to a children's room rather than someones living room and then perhaps £18 is quite a lot.
Anyway its given me a lot to think about, but in a positive way. If I think how much I have moved on since the craft fair in the summer then things like this will just help me to continue to develop and improve.