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  1. I had my first booth this weekend in a Spring Festival at the Sugar Loaf New York Crafts Village. I make mostly small candle votive holders and medium size vases, all wheel thrown and hand carved. It went well enough for my first time out that I was able to cover the booth fee for two days. It was an experiment for future shows trying to figure out what the public would buy and being able to price the pieces accordingly. I learned a lot about what I need to do in the future. I tried two different arrangements. The first photo shows the first day where it was arranged in a "u" shape and I found that many people were reluctant to walk into the tent and look closely at everything. (The two boxes peeking out under the middle table were removed after this photo was taken). The second day the middle table was set up right at the front and I found it seemed to be more a friendly appearance with more people stopping by to look, touch and buy. Since I don't yet make a lot of the same thing the pieces were arranged in a sort of random abstract way on a few different levels of lucite shelves and the table. What do y'all think? Paul
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