Today was the kind of day where everything just clicked. I was contacted this summer by a writer who is doing a book for The Little Bookroom all about craft shows and farmer's markets in New England. I was beyond thrilled when she told me she had chosen the Queen City Craft Bazaar to represent Vermont. She asked if she could come up in August for a photo shoot and without any hesitation I said yes! The shoot was today and it featured my own personal work as well as a few vendors she had chosen. Tomorrow she hits up the Burlington Farmers/Artist market.
Thank you Christine for contacting me about my little (but growing) show. Today was a perfect example of why I keep moving along with Queen City Craft. The fact that we were chosen over some of the other big shows makes me realize that all of our hard work is worth it. Every vendor who has sold at the QCCB and every customer who has supported indie craft by browsing or shopping at the show - my hats off to you. Queen City Craft and the bazaar could not exist without you all.
Thank you for believing in indie craft scene. Keep creating, keep dreaming, and never give up on the indie scene. It is alive and kicking.