The frost on the wood was melted away.
I do believe we've had a visit from the Halloween Cat.
I knit. And I cook, write, take pictures. All for one low price.
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.
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!
And of course you know who this is.
Jess from Ravelry, and her mom.
A wool hangover is no joke.
Still dyeing this morning, hoping this will dry by tonight.
Any more than this, and I need to apply for my own booth. I have almost all merino worsted and sport here, kettledyed, and also some individually hand painted skeins.