I only forgot one “important” item at Saturday’s craft show! Since I sell my hand dyed wool by the ounce, it helps if I have my scale with me! I didn’t have, so I put out very little wool (thinking I wouldn’t sell any 🙂 The wool customers (spinners) that wanted some were very understanding and accepted my estimate of how much was in a ball. My scale now goes to the top of my list for the next show!
Here’s three skeins of yarn, fresh off my wheel.
hand dyed merino wool hand spun.
And here is our show set-up. Son and I shared one space while husband had a space across the aisle from us.
magnets, prints and canvases
candles and hats
wool and yarn
Meanwhile we look forward to the next shows, more organized packing, and warmer weather. Have a nice week everyone.
I’ve been finishing some of my WIP’s so it is time to contribute to my husband’s art…I have the “job” of taking pictures of his finished art and editing them to make prints and smaller magnet sized prints. So I have been doing my best to transform pictures of canvases into a likeness that will fit a 3.5″x2″ magnet!
Ahhh! Frustration! And I’m the one that came up with this idea! Several of the canvases are 24″x8″….not the right ratio to easily reduce to the size I need. So I am fighting to get the best reproduction that I can, to have a more inexpensive way to offer samples of his work to people that may want to collect it, but don’t have either the means or the space for a full-sized original. I’ll show you a low-pixel example of what I’ve managed to achieve so far.
magnets from original paintings
Any editing wizards reading that can offer me suggestions??? Please? (I’ve been editing in frames to fill the white space that was left around the painting, but not sure I’m happy with that effect either)
I will return before too long with more of my regularly scheduled projects to share 🙂 Thanks for reading my self-caused rant!
Right now my husband is working on a painting on canvas using a mixture of mediums.
(Warning to all artists, I’m not one, so please excuse me if I get some of the terminology wrong) He is starting with inspiration from a photo of the Roger Blough , a ship on the Great Lakes. I’ve taken a few pictures as things develop, so enjoy….it’s still a work in progress.
Beginning of the sky.
The artist in action.
Land and water is beginning to take shape.
More shading has been done, more to come after the boat appears.