Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sow's Ear Show

First of all, thanks to everyone who came to the show on Friday Night. It was a huge success and I had an absolute blast seeing all of you.  I've had several requests for photos from friends and family who couldn't be there. So here are the photos I took after I set up in the afternoon before the festivities began.

This is the front room where all of the large bags were displayed.

 Here's a little better close-up of them
 And another view
 The medium and small bags as well as the door prizes were displayed in a smaller room in the back of the store.  Here are the mediums.
 A couple more mediums.
 Another shot of the mediums
 Only had three wallet sized ones
 Here are the small ones and the door prizes: a doodled pumpkin, a small bag with sock yarn and needles and a doodled hat.
 Here's a close up of the hat.
And some doodled necklaces.

The show went really well.  I think the real drawing point was the free cake but I didn't get a shot of that. In the two hours I was there, we sold 1/2 of the things I brought in .  The store displayed them prominently over the weekend, so I'm not sure how much more sold. But it was an absolute delight to work with The Sow's Ear and to see so many friends stop by.  Best. Birthday. Ever!


Kathy Kathy Kathy said...

Yay, Molly Bees. What kind of cake?

Carole M. said...

lovely displays of your doodles Molly; glad it was such a success for you too.

Michelle said...

Selling half your inventory in one evening sounds like great success to me! Congrats!

Mo said...

Congratulations Molly Bee on your beautiful bags with artistically drawn doodles. It is clear that a GOOD TIME was had by all.

I'm sure Bentley too appreciates the cozy time at home with you while you create your doodle masterpieces.
Oh and more doggie treats, yeess!

Barb said...

Yay for you!! Your work is amazing.
Who knew that doodling could take you places, huh? But then, you do do extreme doodling...

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