Do you love craft fairs? I do and I don't.
Let me explain. Since I do lots of crafts such as sewing, beading, embroidery, knitting, and on and on, I go to craft fairs and I find a gazillion things I love and I think "I could make that". Then I don't necessarily buy the thing, but I want one, so I try to remember what it was and I look for patterns. I may or may not actually make one. Who am I kidding, I usually don't!
Then I think "I should be in a craft fair sometime and sell the stuff I make". Hmmm, but could I stand to make the same thing over and over so there's enough merchandise? Probably not.
But last year, I actually made and sold some doll clothes for the 18" dolls to a couple of people and that was fun. Granted, it was not a lot of people and it wasn't an organized thing, so it wasn't like work.
This year, I convinced myself that I could make enough stuff to take a table at our church's craft fair. I think I've done it in a rather painless manner. I've been knitting and sewing various items for several months, stashing them in a couple of boxes out of sight of little girls who might appropriate them for their own dolls.
The craft fair is a week from Saturday -- November 2. I've partnered up with a friend from work, and we're going to share a table. She's made some awesome jewelry including some very cool crocheted necklaces using ladder yarn.