Cold As A Cold Thing In Cold Street, On Cold Christmas Market Day

Yes, that is what it was like...
I wore a vest, three tops, a cardigan, two wool jackets, socks, tights, walking socks walking boots (and me jeans too), hat, scarf and my lovely finger-less mitts Jodi knitted....but I was absolutely frozz to the bone.
Mind you we were out there for eight hours or so.

Sold some angel kits

Sold some packs of tags

Sold some cute bunnie items

Sold some patchwork packs

Sold a little purse to a sweet young girl to put under her pillow with her tooth in, so the fairy won't miss it! 

Sold a little bunting

Sold a Rustic Wrap set

Sold some sticker packs

Sold a couple of brooches

Sold eight of the cute little pup and puss bags to a lovely lady who has eight children visiting for Christmas!

Coldness was compounded by tiredness as my lovely fella and I had gone to bed at the ridiculous time of three in the morning - getting everything be up again at 6am!
Was it all worth it?
well - YES! It was a grand day, a useful experience, good to see family and friends, good to sell some work and get very useful feedback and good to learn useful stuff.
Lastly - a BIG THANK YOU to said family and friends for all your help and support leading up to this - we couldn't have done it without you xx


Anonymous said...

Yay! Looks like it was well worth braving the cold!
Jodi X

Annie said...

Hi Jodi, Yes,thank you - it was good to meet the lovely people who appreciate all our hard work and want to buy into Local and Handmade, Annie x