Set up was Friday night and it took seven of us four hours to set up two booths.
There was one heck of a lot of yarn and patterns to put out for display!
But it was worth it because both booths were busy, busy, busy all day Saturday.
Oh, Look! That lady is buying my sock book.
Although, there was no shopping for me, there were gifts. One of my blog readers, who hails from New Mexico, U.S.A., intrigued by my past posts about the fair, made the trek to Canada to take in this year's event. She stopped in Rochester NY to pick up a couple of friends and the three of them joined me for lunch. Meet Julia,
Need A Sock book and she gave me the most beautiful knitting bag. Julia has featured her hand-sewn bags on her blog (Scroll down and you sill see my bag there) and I couldn't be happier - or feel more special - to own one. Look at the detail!
The colours of New Mexico
and a great label.Thanks, Julia. ETA - I was amazed, when looking at the picture of Julia and I, how much we look alike. Same age bracket, same glasses, similar hair styles. Wow!
London Yarns, came by the booth bearing a gift too. This wonderful book.
A very different, but very satisfying and fun day again this year. Next year, the fair is moving to bigger digs with more parking. Can't wait!