Hello there to all my blog readers...it's about time I did a quick update of what's been going on around here...and mostly it's about shows! Since my last couple of posts, I've ventured out to two shows here in Ontario and thought I'd share a few photos. This year's Knitter's Fair was very well attended and with Cathy of ZigZagStitches, we decided to stretch out into a triple booth from our double last year. It worked really well too - not only was there lots of room for movement but we also managed to squeeze Anna in from KnitandKnag to show off her book! Next year will be even larger as I squeeze into a triple booth on my own - you must come see what I have in store...one section will be something fun and also very hands on - more to come on that later!
Anne Hanson of Knitspot was also in town and dropped by to say hello...and surprised me with a quick little air kiss which as you can see had me laughing so hard...what a funny moment that was!
Anne just happened to be in town for a week giving classes at Shall We Knit so a few of us from my local SnB packed up and ventured out to take one of her lace classes - lots to be learned and a great evening!
About a month after Knitter's Fair was the Woodstock Fleece Festival which we were attending for our second year. Each year this show gets busier and busier and we had a lovely day there as well talking to knitters and watching everyone enjoy all the fibre there was to be had!
What's up next for me? More shows of course! TNNA's Winter Show is in January in Arizona then we venture to Stitches West in California in February. Each show is a very long trip for us but we're really looking forward to it - Mr. Zen is really taking well to the yarns it seems!
Hope you're all doing well and if you're in the area of any of my shows, do drop by and say hello - the fun part of the shows is vending but it's also getting to put faces to names too!
And in the meantime, I also had my logos updated and am very pleased with them...in the next while you will see them roll out in my yarn labels and anywhere else I "inhabit" online.
The little bonsai tree has yarn in its branches...pretty cute, eh?