Anyone going? I’ll be there with my Ravelry tote bag!!!
Lucky duck! We never seem to have anything like that here in the South! Enjoy and report back!
Sure wish I’d known about this earlier . . . we have our grand daughter.
Yeah yarn!!!How wonderful it is to be in a room full of knitters. Sigh. OK so I went and looked at every booth first then I was starving so I went to lunch. Came back and they had a fashion show. THen I went and bought $30 worth of yarn. I shouldn’t be buying anything but I could n’t help myself. I did get in for free since I am a member of the knitting guild. I also got free yarn and needles in one class. I learned some new crochet. Annie Modesit was supposed to be there but I couldn’t find her. She was the only “star” that was there. THe crowd was made up of white, middle class older women. I counted three black women and one Asian woman. THere was a booth selling African baskets by an African man and woman so I guess that’s 5. So that was weird. I always feel out of place that way. But everyone was so friendly and happy andhaving such a good time too. And it was nice to have a little bit of a day off to do my own thing. Here’s some photos.
Thanks for the pictures! Maybe next year I can get there.