This is the third and final part of my Spring Market Vlog series. I am so happy to have it all posted for you, and all within 10 days of my craft market! I’m sure ten days sounds like a lot but let me tell ya… my computer crashed at least 4 times and I had to re-edit part 1 because of said crashes. Technology was not on my side this week.

BUT I persevered and now I have three awesome informative videos and blogs post made just for you! If you missed part 1 where I talk about what to bring to a spring craft market and how much to bring, check that post out here. If you’re interested in what setting up and breaking down looks like at a market then you’ll definitely want to take a peek at part 2 as well.

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The Aftermath

This video is a day or two after my craft market. I recap what sold well, what didn’t and what I would (or wouldn’t) have changed about my market. I hope you find this video helpful and informative. Just remember just because something did or didn’t work for me doesn’t mean that it won’t work for you! Never be afraid to experiment!

I covered a lot of the *details* in the previous two blog posts about this market. If you want a list of items to make for your spring market (with links to patterns) then check out the Spring Market – The before post. I also talk about what to pack, how to pack, and tons of other market related tips.

If you really just want to see what a market is like or what my setup looked like then check out the Spring Market Part 2 post! You’ll also see a little of my amazing boyfriend I mention a few times in this video. Having loved ones who help at markets is something I will always treasure. Make sure you buy your helpers lunch to say thank you! P.S. he totally bought me dinner after the market. Love him.

Onto Bigger Better (Fall) Things

Or maybe some late summer things. I am not 100% decided on that yet. If you had a successful spring or summer market with your crochet or knitwear I would love to hear about it! Leave a comment below telling me about your spring/summer experiences.

If you want to see what I am up to on the daily, check me out on Instagram. I am constantly posting stories of what I am working on (or just my dog because shes a total babe). I love connecting with you all! Best of luck on your market ventures, may the sales be with you XOXO Tay

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