This was my first time vending at YarnCon and I plan to return next year. There isn't a bad spot in the venue, I enjoyed all of the vendors and the team who puts the show together is amazing. I really appreciated how welcome they made me feel.
So...this weeks post is a highlight of my weekend. If you get a chance, make sure you check #yarncon on Instagram. Lots of photos from customers and vendors have been shared. My spinning wheel got a lot of attention too. It is My Precious, the one wheel to rule them all, the one wheel to spin it. I should have taken a photo of my bobbin but I didn't. I managed to spin 4oz of my Weeping Angels blend Suri/Merino/Silk. I promise photos next week...and hopefully a finished yarn.
I also made major progress on my Adirondack shawl. I was hoping to have it finished for this week. I have a few hours to go then it will be done.
While at YarnCon, I hate Indian Cuisine for the first time. It was amazing. My friends ordered almost everything on the menu which meant I could try a bit of everything. I loved it!
What I loved most was coming home to my family and farm after a weekend away. I always enjoy my time surrounded by fiber arts and fiber friends but there is nothing like having a Brother and Sister Bear along with a barn full of Alpacas and Goats to brighten one's day.
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