But regardless of my questions, I'm incredibly excited for what this means for business at 3KD! Getting our foot in the door at a festival, and constantly applying to be a vendor and participant in numerous other venues is a continuous process and takes discipline. But I love this craft, I love how this craft makes me feel and I love that the business prowess I've learned through Mary Kay is helping me achieve what I want for both of my companies, and therefore, myself personally.
Come May 9, I will have learned many lessons about knitting for festivals that I plan to share! I'll share more updates on projects, on displays, etc. in the coming weeks. As I continue to work my fingers to the bone and metal needles to their silvery aluminum core, here's a preview list of the items we'll have on hand at our booth at the Jaemor Strawberry Festival!
Little Berry Seedlings
* Strawberry baby booties
* Baby flip flop sandals (colors will include white with pale pink, red and yellow)
* Strawberry hats
* StrawBEARy teddy bears
* Skinni Minni scarves (pint sized!)
Fully Matured Berries
* Dishcloth sets
* Strawberry Kooxies (bottle/can Kooxies, coffee cup Kooxies and wine bottle Kooxies)
* Clutch purses
* Skinni Minni scarves
* Twixted Headwraps
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