It's been a busy week! I cleaned out and rearranged the pantry. Doesn't sound like that big of a deal but... You should have seen the pantry before I started!
After cleaning out the pantry, I spent a few hours Googling recipes that use huge quantities of potatoes, bread flour and powdered sugar. Yes, amoung many other excessively purchased things, I found four 2 lb bags of powdered sugar, a 5 lb and three 10 lb bags of potatoes, and four 5 lb bags of bread flour.
The pantry looked so clean and organized, I decided to rearrange and reorganize my room and craft supplies the next day. My room proved to be a little bit more challenging than the pantry. And took quite a bit longer.
I watched the daffodils bloom - and practically blow away in the wind. That whole "March comes in like a lion" thing has certainly been true, wind-wise at least. I couldn't even get a half way decent photo because the wind was moving them around so much.
I listed several new items in my Etsy shop.
I watched gas prices rise almost 75 cents over a four day period.
I went to the store to buy trash bags. The next day I went to get a trash bag and couldn't remember where I'd put them so I had to go buy another package. And when I got home and went to put them away in the cleaned out pantry... Yep, you guessed it. There was the original box, sitting just where they were supposed to be. Aack!
I went to a local craft show, bought a few things and talked to the lady in charge of organizing the event.
And I immediately went home and applied to be a vendor at the April craft show. I also signed up for the Hanover Strawberry and Wine festival in May. That one is a much larger, two day event. And because wool hats and scarves probably won't sell well at either event, I've been frantically crafting non-winter things.
That's only a few of the things I've finished so far. I've made four potholders, seven pairs of beaded socks, three sunflower gnomes, two sets of crocheted coasters, four chapstick holders that attach to your keyring, four garden soap bags, four knitted market bags and I've tie dyed the fabric for twelve more fabric market bags. Later today I plan to sew those market bags. And maybe take a nap.
How about you? What have you been up to?