Apparently I remember to do a blog post roughly every 3 months... I promise to try to do better. I'd like to not only showcase my products and store, but also to let you all in on some parts of my family's life.
My husband originally set this blog up for me to tell you about my shop and also so I could discuss my adventures in crocheting (mainly whenever I lose my hook, which is a lot). I would like to get back to that part of it.
However, today's post is going to be mainly about upcoming events and what products I'm planning on adding to my shop.
Our first vendor event of the year is March 30 from 9 am- 2 pm. It will be located at Salem Community College, which is located in Carney's Point, NJ. I will have a few of my winter items there, on sale of course, and I will have, hopefully, more spring and Easter stuff.
I will also have a new lovey/toy there this year. Along with our Cats, I plan on having some Bunnies!!
They are super cute! I just need to get moving on them. I also plan on having a few "events only" products, like crochet baskets and market bags. Hopefully, I will also have some Easter and Spring earrings for you all to enjoy!
As I realize how much I want to have available, I'm not sure I'll have enough time to do it all, so make sure you keep an eye on our website and Etsy shop!
I just finished up an order of 3 Cat loveys for my aunt to give to her aids at the rehab place she's at. I don't know if you all remember, but back in January she was involved in a very nasty car accident. She is progressing at a good rate though! She should be allowed to start to do some walking physical therapy soon pending doctor approval.
If you don't make it to the first event of the year, don't fret. I have a ton lined up for this spring! On April 6, I will be in Woodbine, NJ at the Spring in Tuckahoe Show 2019. Then on April 13, I will be in Upper Freehold at the NJ United Christian Academy. I will post more shows closer to their dates! I'm super excited for where my shop will go this year! I hope I do even better this year than I did last year!
Hopefully I'll be back soon with another post!