Little by little I'm getting my act together for Cape May camp, a/k/a Rugs by the Sea. As with most rug camps and hook-ins there is a camp store or individual shops. In the case of Cape May there is one camp store run by the organizers and hookers may bring their wares to put in the shop for a fee.
Since I no longer do shows think I'll take some of my Fall/Halloween items to sell and what doesn't sell there will go on etsy or eBay when home. These four wool applique Jacks will go but NOT that cute mat which was hooked by Tonya Robey of MadHen.
Three variations of this Candy Corn Cat will be in the booth.
The last two years I've taken some Dorr natural primitive linens in various sizes which have serged edges. They seemed to be a hit for people who either forgot their pattern, changed their mind on the project, or take home and draw a design when feeling creative.
I'd thought of hooking more flower pins but just wasn't in the mood. What's fun is tricking my mind when something sells that the cost of items purchased at rug camp was at a reduced cost since you sold something. lol. That's the mentality we women have with a sale...."But honey, I saved money!" Well the only "honey" I have is my boy Ben and he doesn't care as long as he gets his hugs, rubs, food and shelter.
Speaking of my boy Ben. I want to share a picture I've never posted of him. This was our first meeting out of 3 before I adopted him. Having had a bad experience with Bella, an adoption, wanted to be sure Ben would work. Got out of the car and said, "Hi Ben, I know you but you don't know me". I asked him to sit and this is the photo I took.