Rug Hooking, Etsy, and Fiber Festivals

My Etsy shop is a bit bare, but I'm looking to fix that this weekend.  I have quite a lot of dyed wool as well as new patterns to offer.  Here's a few new pieces that will be offered as patterns.

 Not quite sure how I'm going to finish this Ohm, but it was great fun hooking it

 This little Goddess figure will be finished as a stuffed doll.  I'm really loving her.

My lotus blossom.  This was super fun to hook, and adding the beads came as an afterthought.  I think they fit right in.  

I ordered a photo box, so the Etsy pictures will be much better!  Photography is definitely not a strong suite for me.  I am working on kits for my first two shows, which are both fiber festivals, in April.  I've been so preoccupied with our new addition, Jackson, that I've slacked a bit on the hooking.  That's going to have to stop!  I have a goal of being able to quit my current job and just focus on building a rug hooking/fiber business online, with the next step of opening my own store.  I really feel as though this is the direction I should be going in, so I'm going to just do it!  

Before I sign off, if you're in the area, come visit!!

April 14, 10am-4pm April 15, 12pm-4pm - Oxford Fiber Festival - Twitchell Rowland Homestead, 60 Towner Ln., Oxford, CT

April 28th, 9am-4pm - 109th CT Sheep and Wool Festival - Rte 30, Vernon/Rockville, CT