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1  Re: Pictures of craft fair setup - Please post! in Tips for Participating in Craft Fairs by calicoon on: December 22, 2006 02:40:26 PM
Great ideas, everyone. My friend who I share booths with is always having issues with a top-heavy clothes rack. Any ideas, besides getting more racks?
   

This pic is of a festival that Amaryllisroze and I did in September. It had POURED rain up to an hour before starting time. I brought my Astroturf sheets to keep from gettng muddy.
   I hang my potholders from clothesline, which I've knotted at 8" intervals. It is cheap, easy, and eye-catching. The ropes would also work for you purse gals.

This photo is from a much drier, hotter time--Gypsy Caravan. My friend bought the Astroturf, as we were on a blacktop parking lot, and wanted to keep a bit cooler. It worked quite well, and may have even brought in more customers, as it was different.
  Also note the cinder blocks tied to the tent pole legs. Don't be one of those folks whose booth blows over and takes out all your neighbors!
  Please ignore my sweaty, messy hair. It was so hot that even though I drank lemonades all day, I didn't have to pee. St. Louis weather blows.
   Looking at the first photo, I really need to make/buy a better tablecloth that goes over the sides.
   Any other suggestions?
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2  What I can do! in Quilting: Completed Projects by calicoon on: November 23, 2006 05:00:37 PM
These are from last year and before. An old neighbor commissioned me to make baby quilts for her babysitter's babies. Both girls got star quilts, which used some of the same fabrics. The blue and yellow is for the boy, so I did something a little different for him.




This is the back of the star quilt. Don't mind my bad hair day.
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3  Re: come one! come all! post pics of your tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by calicoon on: August 04, 2005 09:57:20 AM



Here it is-I let my husband figure out how to post it.
   So, this represents good luck, success, and happiness. I got it at a time in my life when I had very little of the above, but could tell things were getting better. I don't know why my skin looks so gross-I wear SPF 45 every day!
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