I am still riding the “high” from our woolly weekend. The weather was perfect, the yarn plentiful, and the food was delicious.
We began the weekend at the Indie Untangled Trunk Show on Friday night. I was able to snag early bird tickets. That didn’t save me from a line to get in though.
|Special effects courtesy of Nancy|
Saturday morning loomed cold, dark and foggy. We joked about it being part of a thriller where everyone THOUGHT they were going to a Sheep and Wool Festival, but no…. cue evil laugh here.
|Growth by Joji Locatelli|
Everywhere we went there was a wonderful walking fashion show of people’s favorite knits that they wore with pride. Each booth displayed terrific samples that were inspiring.
The first booth we visited was Into the Whirled. They added a new dyeing technique that we really loved. Last year we went to them later in the weekend and they were picked clean.
|Pennsylvania Triangle Park by Lynn Di Cristina|
|Mosaic Cowl by Ann Weaver|
People wore their devotion to their craft proudly like this woman wearing a crocheted shawl with skulls.
There was this great infinity scarf using Fiber Optics Foot Notes Paintbox Gradient ; perfect for the gradient kit I bought last year.
|© David Whitfield|
For the complete list of out Rhinebeck pattern sightings, click here to view my Ravelry bundle.