Warning: This is going to be a long and photo-heavy post.
Since becoming a regular visitor to craft bazaars, it has been a dream of mine to participate in one myself. The opportunity presented itself when a few months back, a friend told me that she was going to organise a craft bazaar and encouraged me to take part.
I was quite hesitant initially as I wasn’t sure if I was “ready” to do something this big when I was just in the midst of making plans to launch my little crochet shop. There were a lot of what ifs and doubts. Thankfully, my family members and friends were very supportive and with their encouragement, I decided to just do it.
The weeks leading to the bazaar were quite challenging as there were loads of things to prepare and I had to balance the time between my studies and my crafting activities. There were even times when I only slept for 5 hours and that one time, when I only slept for 2 hours. It was really tough, but at the same time rewarding.
Fast forward to the bazaar day.