SELF-HELP #29

Lock down telly 😷😷😷

I am still working through the current crisis and feel so lucky that I still have structure to my days. My partner must be running out of box sets…

However I did discover something called the wonderful world of crafting in which crafters who would like to make a living from their work set up a stall at a big craft fair. They are given advice and get to meet professional crafters. Sadly there were only 4 episodes πŸ™ I have only done a couple of stalls at church fairs but thoroughly enjoyed them. I have been making a few hats and scarves for possible sale next Christmas but with the current situation I wonder if there will be any Christmas fairs or if people will have any spare money to spend. These really are uncertain times.

So with the current uncertainty I have been concentrating on little hats for the baby unit. They are going to the warm baby project. I have started on an incubator blanket for a bit of variety as I have the attention span of a gnat!

Little hats for little treasures β™‘

On a brighter note the depleted stocks of baby wool at the Co-op have been replenished. So not just the dodgy colours to choose from.

Woolly wishes,

Jane β™‘β™‘β™‘

10 thoughts on “SELF-HELP #29

  1. Your woolly hats look great. I used to have a stall at craft fairs, normally at Xmas time.

    Normally, I work in my job at this time of year.

    But blogging helps to find people with similar interests.

    I am in a knit and natter group. But it is closed right now.

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  2. Your baby hats turned out really cute! I would love to participate in craft fairs, but they don’t seem to have them in my area anymore, even before all the shutdowns. I did them when I was younger and really enjoyed it. It’s so fun to see people walk by and look at your work, even if they don’t buy anything, plus you get to chat with other crafters. 😊

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  3. Your hats look adorable, like others I am unable to sell at craft fairs and am looking forward to the time we can share are makes with others. Stay Safe. πŸ™‚

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