When I got there to set up, I saw I had mistakenly reserved only half a table. I had enough items for two tables!
Luckily, fellow guild members came to the rescue and reorganized some smaller displays so that I could have a full table, right by the entrance to the boutique, no less.
I am so grateful!
I was too rushed to take an "after" picture, but I did sell quite a few items and I'm pleased.
I got the lovely purple and gold fabric from the Patti Cakes Quilt Shop booth, and the thread set, plus an extra spool, a major (but discounted!) purchase from Private Source Quilting.
Not shown? Ten yards of white on white fabric for 3.95 a yard, also from Private Source. That fabric is on a bolt and it has already been absorbed into the stash in my closet. Yes, as a quilter, I have graduated slowly from buying fat quarters to half-yard cuts to entire bolts of fabric. But look at all the money I saved! (Fabric, for those of you who don't know, usually costs around three times as much per yard.)
As I write this, I'm getting the feeling I'm more excited by what I bought than what I sold. This can't be good!