I’m going to take part in a local handicraft market, which is held at a flower shop in my neighborhood. I’m very excited about joining it because it would be a good opportunity for me to socialize local people and show them what I made.
I’ve been making accessoriessince last winter for a change. Usually, they are for me, for my family members and for my friends. However, when I’m stressed out, I don’t know why but I’m likely to make them too much without considering to whom I give them. Consequently, now I have tons of bracelets, rings, necklaces and what not.
I’m quite interested to know what kind of impressions do they have about my handmade accessories. I would be very nice if some people are pleased with them. But, even if they don’t like them, at least, I can get their feedbacks and I will be able to make consumers’-needs-based items next time.
The market, we call it “marche” in French though, is not a big scale event. The participants of the marche is all told just ten individuals and groups. Because of the small scale, the air of the event is very friendly and laid back. The members are sewing buffs, embroideries geeks and such and we can buy their delicate and elaborate pieces with incredibly lower prices. That’s the beauty of visiting craft markets.
A friend of mine and I volunteered to make brochures of the market and we all but finished posting them. I’m really looking forward to it.
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