Sure, I would. Lyn said I would need a partner and she would try to get me one. I immediately thought of a friend that I used to work with at London Yarns. Sharon was just as keen as I to do the festival.
Woodstock is more a fibre festival than simply a knitting festival. There were spinning wheels galore, a spinning wheel doctor and hand made wheels for sale. There were rug hooking booths - no, not the kind sold in kits, but bolts of wool fabric waiting to be cut into strips to be hooked into rugs or wall hangings. There were fleeces galore, shearing demonstrations and an Angora Rabbit show. What does a rabbit do in a show? I envisioned them jumping through hoops.
Friday afternoon saw us at the hall, ready for set up.
What a job! Although I have helped at the Cabin Fever booth at various shows in the past, I have never been in charge. There is a big difference! Lyn, I hope we didn't embarrass you and your good name too much with our display efforts.
Early in the day, this Mother Daughter duo stopped by, both wearing Cabin Fever patterns. A picture waiting to be taken.
It as a great day. Lots of hard work, but fun. Although, next year, Sharon and I thought Lyn could do Woodstock and we could go to Rhinebeck. Wonder what Lyn will say.