Here are 9 photos of knitting and crochet craft fair booths. You'll find a range of everything from adult and children's clothing, blankets, and hats and scarves displayed in baskets, on mannequins, hung from grid walls and on waterfall racks.
The beautiful wool sweaters below have been hung on waterfall style display racks. Waterfall racks allow you to hang a lot of items in a small space, while keeping enough space between items so they are easy to view and don't get completely lost behind each other
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These crocheted blankets are displayed on something you might already have at home - a clothes drying rack. Just be sure to use a very sturdy drying rack if you use this display idea!
I love these beautiful shawls. The simple display lets the gorgeous work speak for itself. Notice the craft artist has turned a few of the most eye-catching pieces to face outward so passing customers can see them easily.
Here are some cute hats displayed in a simple basket. It is easy for passing customers to pick up items in this display.
This display using grid walls has a lot of flexibility. Notice again how the waterfall style racks (this time attached to the grid walls) provide a lot of hanging space without allowing items to become completely hidden behind each other.
This next booth uses more realistic mannequin heads to good effect. These heads are less economical than the styrofoam heads pictured above, but they do create an effective look. Notice the large poster that helps customers see the hats from a distance. This booth is a cohesive whole, even the mannequin heads have a similar look to the model in the poster.
Here's another booth using grid walls, this time to display children's clothing. Grid walls really do create a lot of options for displaying items you'd like to hang.