Well, I made it through the weekend. I spent 4 days and one evening at the Creative Sewing and Needlework Festival. Two Fashion Shows as a model, 1 afternoon with a 1 hour teaching stint and the rest of the time with the Toronto Hookups Crochet Guild Booth. It looked a little bare on the first night, but as each day came, more items arrived for the booth. This was my first time teaching and at first I thought I was going to have a panic attack. (I didn't, thank goodness.) There were about 12 people and they were easy going and fun. (See pic. Thanks Terry.) While I was working in the booth, I did some crocheting and have almost finished a children's jacket called "Kaleidoscope" which is made of granny squares. The pattern is simple and fast. Will post a picture this week.
Now, I guess it's back to work.