Junque & stuff... Sock monkeys seemed happy next to the satellite radio. I can't believe I ever got through shows without a satellite radio. So many people commented on the music. I usually play Jazz in the morning and Blues in the afternoon. Jazz horns make me want to kill after a few hours. We can't have that now, can we?
Sold tons of vintage fabric. Can't wait to hunt for more this weekend.
Crazy Cakes are still selling strong after 4 years! Go figure. Already made a couple dozen cupcakes for my next show which is The Wakefield Lake festival. Details to follow in my next post. Above is a shot of my view out the front of my tent during the rain.
Another cool thing about this show is how many other dealers are set up in other fields. Many of those dealers have been selling since early in the week so they have money to spend by the time J&J opens on Friday. I heard lots of reports of good, great and best shows from dealers in other fields. It's been hard to be optimistic about this show season because they are always crying and whining about our economy on the news. I was afraid it would be a slow show but was happy to be wrong about that one.
Some of my regular button buyers above feeling a little soggy from being poured on.
Some of my favorite buyers are the Japanese ladies who fly half way around the world to buy vintage American 1950's stuff. They bought up all my best 40's and 50's cotton fabric. There was not one piece of polka dot fabric left after these gals moved on.
I can't wait to go back to Brimfield...XO Emily