So, what should I make for the Colchester Oyster Fayre?

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So, what should I make for the Colchester Oyster Fayre?

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Well, I finally gave in and got a stall for this year's Oyster Fayre! We had such a nice time at last year's, and made enough to make it worthwhile, so I gave in to Little Sis and confimed a booking.

So, what should I make, d'ya reckon? I'll doubtless have all sorts of paganish odds & ends, but what else should I make...? Last time I made extra archer's bracers that I thought would be ideal, but I only sold a few. Maybe domestic stuff like letteropeners, eggcups and napkinrings would be more popular...

Anyone else attending this event?
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Love the dragon things and would probably spend far too much if you had lots of small keyring/door plate/plaque sort of things.

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Oyster Fair is mainly sales to the public. So spending money items for kids and adults might be a good idea.
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Mmm... thanks for the tips! Dragonyness coming up...
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