Trading day! For a teacups, three mugs, and two cereal bowls, I got two pairs of Steph’s pearl earrings, one pair of Jason’s cascading circles earrings, a ball of Linda Lewis’ yarn, and a gorgeous scarf and two bookmarks from Pearl Fifield. I’m feeling quite happy.
I sold my big 6 lb cephalopot serving bowl. Must make more!
Serena Ryder is really good.
Supper was about the same as yesterday, but no less awesome. Thanks, Mike (& co)!
Got a shout-out from the stage from my kindergarten teacher. (She quit to be a musician a year after I had her, and she’s been doing the Folk Fest pretty regularly ever since.)
In total, my take is only about two hundred dollars under what I did at the CCNL Craft Fair. Cool. Way better than what I expected. (And it’s about six times more than I made at last year’s Folk Fest. The wonders of better weather and a good spot…)
The top search bringing people to the blog this week is “cephalopot”, which is awesome, because about 40% of the time it’s either “cara kansala” or “sherri winsor”.
 I’d give you a link for pics, but the bastard still hasn’t gotten his website up. Grrr.
 20% silk, 80% mohair. Why yes, I did have another pair of handwarmers by suppertime. And no-one bought them off me, so my hands stayed warm. :-)
 About 50% of the time, it’s “how to make blue clay dragon”, or variants thereof. If anyone wants to start selling blue dragons out of clay, or at least an instruction manual, I think there’s a market out there.