The theme for our booth at the Brooklyn Flea tomorrow is Spring Cleaning! Here's what you'll find:
Handmade brooms by students of Berea College (shown here)
Baskets by Ray Lagasse
Raku finger puppets and wall tiles by Jane Kaufmann (to brighten up your house!)
Porcelain seed vases by Mary Anne Davis (for spring blossoms)
Natural soaps by Patience Jones/Have Some Patience
We'll again bring wine barrel folding chairs by Whit McLeod, wooden toys by Frank Ridley, and Solmate Socks by The Sock Lady because they were all such a hit last weekend!
Next week, we're planning to focus on Shaker-inspired furniture. We'll bring Brian Braskie's gorgeous chairs, and will also offer some VERY SPECIAL PRICES on side tables and dovetailed totes (which are like boxes with handles).
And the following week (or so) we'll be sharing our booth with Enchanted Lion Books of Red Hook to offer their wonderfully illustrated children's titles!
I'm working on getting some kind of display case so I can start offering jewelry, too...
So stay tuned to learn more about all that!
In other news, the much-anticipated New York Times coverage of the Flea posted today, for those of you who are curious to know what Guy Trebey and the Paper of Record thought about it...
And thanks to Dumbo NYC Blog and the New York Public Library's Blog for mentioning Greenjeans in their coverage of the Flea!
See you tomorrow, and pray for clear skies!
Posted and photo by Amy Shaw for Greenjeans.