Detail from "Rain Dance," an original quilt by Sherrie Spangler

Friday, November 18, 2011


Two happy customers. Thanks!

The scarves sold out! Everyone's happy! My sewing will pay for the next few months of iced mochas!

Pam displays her bowl selection while I covet her skirt.

The black and white scarf went right away, and two more people ordered similar ones. As much as I love bright colors, I had a feeling the neutral one would sell early on because it's versatile. I'll keep that in mind for future bazaars.

Cards and coiled fabric bowls.

This was my first foray into selling greeting cards made from my photos, and I'm thrilled to report that I sold enough to pay for the box of 100 embossed photo mount cards and envelopes (and the photos) and still have enough blank cards left over for this year's Christmas cards.

Here are two of  the cards with sunset photos that I took in Gig Harbor. Even a technologically challenged person like me can insert the text with Picasa in seconds.

Art is life and life is art

The colors of the leaves in our yard, in my scarves, in Pam's skirt ... it's all art!

Have a colorful day!


The Idaho Beauty said...

You've been quite the busy girl! Congrats on a successful bazaar.

Ladybug said...

WOW, Sherrie, I'm so impressed with the amount of work you've done! It obviously paid off. I've made photo cards for years, but have only given them as special gifts. It's so rewarding to see your photography displayed this way, don't you think? So glad the bazaar was a success for you - but then, I never doubted for a moment! I really do hope we have the chance to meet some day...