It's the market season for me. Normally I'm at Stroud Farmers Market a number of times in the autumn; this year I'm branching out and trying elsewhere as well. Here is my stall at Gloucester Arts and Crafts Market where I was for the first time on 13th October. You get a big stall in Gloucester - ten feet wide by four foot. Plenty of room to spread out with a good selection of products, including, for the first time at a market, my scarves and earrings.
This last Saturday I was back at Stroud Farmers Market, which I do love. For one thing it's a great market - masses of choice of meat, fish, cooked food, as well as the obvious vegetables, and always a selection of us craft stalls. Half of what I sell there is to people who've bought from me before, which is always pleasing.
Next Saturday I'm trying Nailsworth Farmers Market for the first time. It's a much smaller market, and with very much smaller table space than any others, but has a lovely friendly feel to it so I'm hoping I'll be well received.
If there's room, I'm hoping to do Gloucester and Nailsworth markets again in December (I happen to be busy doing other things on the second and fourth Saturdays in November) and I'll be at Stroud on the first and third Saturdays of November and December.
To market, to market to buy a fat mug
Home again, home again, juggety jug.