Friday, October 05, 2012

Woodstock Fleece Festival

It's still Thursday night as I am starting this. After looking at Rowan's website I went to Berroco's to look at some patterns. Here are a few scarves that I hadn't seen before.

Jubilee is a playful scarf that combines plaited texture and airy openwork.
Two skeins of Ultra Alpaca Fine.

Download the pattern... 

Adia is a zigzag lace shawl.
One skein of Ultra Alpaca Fine

Download the pattern... 

It's Friday and I'm in the store. The baseball playoffs start today. Game one has just started so I'm going to finish my post and then pick up my knitting.

We watched Revenge last night. There are going to be some interesting story lines this season. And hopefully we will get back to getting revenge.

The Woodstock Fleece Festival is just a week away.

Come join us on Sat. October 13th, 2012!!!
The Woodstock Fleece Festival is an annual event that invites fibre artists and others to join together in an atmosphere of appreciation, learning and camaraderie.  The show will incorporate workshops and demonstrations from top instructors.  Exhibition booths will be selling everything from raw fibre to quality finished goods.  It is also a great place to have lunch!
There will be booths selling yarn, needles, books and kits for knitting and crochet. There will also be lots of fleece and spinning supplies. Don't forget about the animals-your kids will love this show.

The show is from 8:30-4 at the Woodstock Fairgrounds.

For more information please visit the Fleece Festival website.

I forgot to mention that Mr. Canada Post brought a box from Namaste earlier this week. The Canary Yellow Harlow bag is here. We have the Eggplant Harlow back in stock as well.

I don't have a dislike for any of the four teams playing this afternoon and tonight but something in me wants to see Atlanta and Baltimore move on. It's knitting time!!

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

The delicate pattern scarves are very pretty. Your little sheep is pretty cute, too.