It was fabulous.
Saturday in the wee hours of the morning, I drove down with my yarn and found this in the parking lot:
Later when the sun was up all the way, it lit up the trees.
We had the best weather ever, chilly but sunny.
On Saturday, Famous Meli came by to see me with her mom, Cara of January One, and dad.
They made my day right then and there.
Next, we have my friends Diane and Eric, Ravelry's Other Parents. Diane won a huge number of ribbons this year!!! (Diane, do you still have a blog? Can we see what you made?)
This is our booth. Before all the happy knitters came and snatched up all the wool.
You can see some of my yarn parked in the last four cubicles on the left.
Here's Laurie the Phantom Dyer as she describes herself, with our friend and customer, Gail.
Last year I managed to take no people shots, something which I remedied this year!
You can sit and decorate a pumpkin, or text your friends. Whatever moves you.
I happened upon a llama and alpaca parade,
and I always make sure I visit the sheep to thank them for all the beautiful wool they grow.
The Yarn Harlot in her element: talking to a baby.
I also met the Mason Dixon ladies but I goofed with the picture. They are LOVELY. And funny. But you already know that, if you've ever read the blog or bought one of their books.
These ladies are not Ann Shayne and Kay Gardiner, but they are Very Important looking and I think they were judges.
And of course you know who this is.
Jess from Ravelry, and her mom.
A wool hangover is no joke.