Last weekend I participated in the March Hendersonville Handmade Market. This is the first craft fair that I've done in a long time, and I don't do many outdoor events because the weather is unpredictable. But I'd heard great things from other vendors about this event so I gave it a try. Fortunately the weather on Saturday was beautiful and the event had a great turnout.
It was chilly that morning, so I went ahead and brought hats and scarves with me, along with springtime items like market bags, keychains, scrunchies, towels, coffee cup sleeves, and owls. I tried to display the pastel colors more prominently for spring. My DIY hat stands turned out super cute.
I had a steady stream of visitors to my tent all day, and sold some items from every category, which is good for me for a springtime event. Fall and winter are my "prime time" when people are looking to buy knitwear and holiday gifts. I was well-stocked and still have plenty of items to take to my next market in a few weeks.