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I think if you can make candle mats and table runners and mug rugs. You can make some of Xmas fabric and some in floral colors and also I've seen small wall hangings with the fruit/veg fabric. I've seen a lot of candle mats from Dresden Plate seems pretty popular. Good luck on your sale. It'll be nice to hear what you sell. Sue
I would bring items in all price ranges...
Like 1 to 3 to 5 dollar items as well as more expensive items...
Those are eye popping awesome!!!! Marsye
Brother Duetta, Pfaff CV 5.5, Pfaff GQ 1200 and Grace Frame
here is what a gift card purse looks like...there very easy to make and are so popular....Trish
What do potatoe bags look like?
you could try some of these, I've made them all
coffee cup cozy
rag and braided wreaths
microwave rice heating bags
wine glass coasters
Sorry I don't have any suggestions because I haven't been to a craft sale in ages. Got tired of walking through them, seeing the unbelievable high prices knowing full well that *I* could make the same things...but didn't (my problem).
I agree with lots of lower priced small items and a few larger items WITH cards with your contact info. Pass out those cards when people start to look at something, contemplate buying it, but start to walk away. Give it to them and say 'here's my card in case you change your mind'. If it's a large craft show, write down the booth number or location.
You could even list the item they were looking at on the back of the card. That way when they find the card when they get home they'll see that they were looking at 'xyz' at your booth and ohhhh wasn't that so cute!
My GOAL is always to ENJOY EVERY STEP of the quilting process....