I want to say if anyone is new to selling at farmers markets, do not be discoursed by other soap vendors. I would like to say that every other soap maker and vendor is happy and excited to have someone else love the craft, but this is not the case and you may run into a few that try and discourage you the first time. If this happens, do like I did and laugh it off. My first visit to a farmers market, I was so excited and nervous. My son had a table selling seasoning salts, meat rubs, and jalapeno salts and he asked me to join him and bring the soaps I make. I set up and before the market opened, another soap maker came to my table, her face scrunched up and her hands fisted, tugging on her vest, and looks my table over. She didn't smile or introduce herself, just frowned at me and my table. She didn't pick up a soap or even look at me. Finally, she said, "Just came to see what my competition was. How much do you sell your bars for?" I told her my price and she grunted and went back to her table. I looked at my son and was like, "No, that didn't just happen?" So I smiled, went to her table and admired how pretty it was, after introducing my self. After telling her to have fun, I went back to my table, feeling a lot better that I didn't let her bother me. The next week she was a lot more friendly. So, the message here, don't be discouraged. Have fun.