day 2 (of 2) Urban Craft Uprising

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Urban Craft Uprising day 2 of 2

Author Kim Werker with her new burgundy hobo, Me, and Kim's entourage

Whew! What a whirlwind of a day!  Lots of lovely customers, both new and old and I managed to squeeze in a little shopping and barter with fellow vendors. (There is a LONG list. . .more on that later!) I was also delighted to meet a few folks out there in the cyber-world in person,  including my marvelous web designer Arianne of Aeolidia, the witty and wonderful Megan of NotMartha, and  Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching, who purchased a one-of-a-kind Soiree Messenger!

Everything has been loaded back into our apartment and we just returned the zipcar. I am exhausted, happy and in dire need of a beer, so. . . . . . I’ll share more later!

oh and p.s. if you missed out on this show, I will be doing 2 more events in Seattle this fall:

Best of the Northwest November 13, 14, 15th at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

Urban Craft Uprising December 5 & 6 at Seattle Center Exhibition hall

 

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