I'm glad I finished this, even if I was fifteen minutes late, and even if no one bought it.
This is a Russian/regular netting hybrid, and by adjusting the bead counts in the choker, I was able to get a nice spiralling texture. This was one of my more successful experiments, worked first time.
"Working" the booth involved sitting on a lawn chair under the awning, chatting to the others manning (womanning?) the booth and the occasional passer-by/potential customer, the bulk of whom never realised their potentiality, knitting socks. Not so onerous, but not even slightly useful, as I sold only a single pair of earrings (which puts me on a rather short list in terms of bead society members making an actual sale) the entire time. I suppose there's an outside chance that something sold after I left, an hour before closing time.
I doubt it though, as the crowd is mostly neighbourhood families on the lookout for insulting bargains, or so it seems.
On the other hand, I did manage to snag some rather nice and foolishly inexpensive lampwork, a good case of the hot'n'sweaty and badly sunburned shoulders.
I didn't quite break even.