Thanks, I'm glad you like my chairs! They are a real conversation piece and I love to see people's reaction to them at the shows. They put smiles on their faces and that makes me feel good weather they buy one or not:)I sell an average of 5 chairs at a craft show. Sometimes I get special orders if they don't see what they like. It's hard to come up with ideas that you think will sell. There's always someone who wants something else. It's difficult to price them too. I try to get $75 for them, a little more for special orders. Sometimes my customer will be generous and give me more but most people don't realize the work that goes into them. The art assc. tells me they shouldn't be under $100 but I want them to sell. I'm trying to get more signs painted for this years show too. I figure if they don't want to spend that much for a chair they might buy a sign. Well I better get busy. I'm working on a bench right now. I'm doing it in a cabin theme. Gail
Oh, thought you might like to see one of my special orders from last fall. Four Winds is the name of their farm and they wanted Gurnsey cows on it.