Thursday, April 22, 2010

Vintage Sheet Fat Quarter Swap

Do you buy vintage sheets to use in your sewing or craft?
Are you finding them harder to get and lacking the variety you want or need ?
If you are interested in joining in on The Australian Vintage Sheet Fat Quarter Swap, then pop over here and join in, I'm sure there's room for plenty more swappers.
The more people the bigger variety I say!
Check out the gorgeous pile of fat quarters in the side bar.
Be nice in a frame in the sewing room I think...

Are you keeping up to date on all the goings on over at The Handmade Expo blog?
If your chosen craft is mounting up and you are having trouble storing all the goodies, then why not consider having a stall ?
We have at least two bus loads of willing shoppers coming from the other side of Brisbane to our May market, they are just dying to see your work ! (As well as all of our regular customers too ! )
100's and 100's (etc etc) of people come each month especially to buy handmade goodies, they appreciate what you do, they see the value in what you do, they know they are buying something made with love and passion and something individual, not mass produced somewhere overseas. Our customers like to keep their spending local when they can.

The Steam train will be making it appearance too. This has proven to be so popular with visitors to The Handmade Expo, they are already like a part of The Handmade Expo family.

Thanks to everyone who joined in on my Facebook giveaway.

I have been busy this week restocking my etsy and madeit stores, pop over when you have a chance and have a browse....


Lyssy May said...

Hi there! I have just drawn my blog giveaway and you are one of the random winners - yay! Please email me to let me know the best place to send your prize. best wishes,

Irene ~ RE~VINTAGED said...

Thankyou so much for your advice regarding my table dilemma! All ideas are greatly appreciated let me tell you!!!
How I wish we had a Craft event like yours here in Eastern Melbourne! Most of the nicer markets are on the other side of town or in the country so inaccessible, so I look at these markets longingly!
Best wishes, Irene x