Another fantastic Saturday at the Saxapahaw Farmer's Market! The weather was perfect,except for a little wind. (tent and wind is a scary thing). Lots of people out shopping and I sold more than I ever have there. Also had to part with my very favorite little tea box house. I love this thing and I almost didn't bring it, but I have got to get over keeping everything I love that I make. Good news is that it went to a wonderful home, thanks Heather for loving it too! Heather coordinates the market and is becoming one of my collectors :) and I appreciate the support greatly! I also sold all of my rice bowls that, again, I almost took out today while packing. I really like them and I had sold some of them at Shakori and decided maybe I wanted some of them for myself. But a very nice couple from NY stopped by and bought all that I had left. Thanks to everyone that came out today and supported the local farmers and artists. You guys are THE BEST! At least I got some photos of the box and the bowls before I sold them, I hardly ever remember to do that :)
And last I wanted to mention that Joseph Sand is now blogging, he is on my blogroll, check him out. Joseph is a great potter, I met him when I helped out at Mark Hewitt's and he was an apprentice there. And I have a few incredible pieces of his. Check out the new kiln construction he has on his blog, a thing of beauty. Congratulations on your new pottery, Joseph!