My first craft show of the season is this Sat., November 21 at SomaSpace. The hours are from 1:00-4:00. For those of you readers living in the Portland (Oregon!) area, SomaSpace is located at 4050 NE Broadway, behind Trader Joe's. If you're out and about for the afternoon, stop on by and say hi. This free event is being billed as a "Trunk Show", and it's a smallish affair, held in a lovely street level dance/yoga venue. I did this one last year, and it was quite sweet and enjoyable. I'm scheduled for two other craft shows in Dec. The big one is sponsored by Handmade NW, and held in the Chelsea Ballroom, Dec. 6th. The third event is S.C.R.A.P.'s annual Bazaar and Bakesale, Dec. 19th. I'm very excited about being involved with this one, 'cause SCRAP is a great place, and I'm looking forward to meeting & hanging out with the good folks there, as well as other crafters working primarily with re-use materials. I'll post more about these events as they near. Meanwhile, I'm headed back into the studio to finish up a batch of cuddly hot-water-bottle cozies. Tomorrow will be my last day of sewing for this weekend's show. I'll work on a few more stuffed creatures. I was hoping to get some slippers done for this sale, but it's not gonna happen. Lots of Mitts for Musing!