I like the design, really. It’s rather elegant; you can do a lot with two or three fabrics and a bit of ribbon — and what I’ve done with this particular bit of fabric and ribbon pleases me quite a bit. It’s certainly nowhere near as fiddly as a kinkachu bag, which requires a lot of attention to detail, and a much higher price than many will pay, when laborers in Thailand or China or Malaysia will make them for a cut of 10% of my price. Will this particular design please the readers and perhaps a purchaser? Too soon to tell.
I was a vendor (live, and in person!) at an event called Feast of Lights, sponsored by the EarthSpirit Community, this past weekend. I wound up selling a good many things out of my inventory that I hadn’t expected to sell — but I have some new storage space for stuff that I didn’t have last Friday. I’m pleased by that, too.