My plan was to take a picture of the Doodle Square display from a better angle before the opening Friday evening to replace the picture in the last post, but five minutes after I got there to help set up the refreshment table, the first of the early birds asked if they could just look around, although they knew we weren't officially open yet, and that seemed to open the floodgates: the gallery was busy all evening. The same thing happened on Saturday morning so there was no time to take--or remember to take--pictures. By the time things slowed down at the end of the afternoon this is what the Doodle display looked like:
I sold some other pieces, including my little Celtic butterfly, Féileacán, and the person who bought it liked the name so I guess it wasn't so pretentious after all. It was quite a weekend, followed by two glorious days of quiet quilting on Sunday and Monday.