As you can see all my Crochet Creations are neatly arranged and I even got my blankets and shawls under cover due to the extra space I was given.
It was actually a REALLY quiet day, and by 3pm I had only sold a £4 flower brooch and a £11 (should have been £12 but she was a pound short so I let her off) Beanie hat. So £15 sold and £10 for the pitch so I was £5 up! Then the "sale of the day" came and a lovely chap came, took a look, went away again for half an hour and then came back and bought a £45 hat and scarf set for his wife! YAY. I gave his daughter a £3 covered jar as a Christmas present, which I let her choose and her smile was thank you enough.
So all in all a long cold day, but it was an experience, I gave out a few leaflets on lessons and the other stall holders were all very kind and friendly. We also had entertainment by a local Church "Gospel Choir" so I danced and sang along to keep warm.
I am home now and fed (chicken casserole cooked by hubby - how kind is that?) and about to continue crocheting my multi coloured scarf.
Will I do that again - yes - probably.