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TWIST WAS AMAZING…

Crowds were crazy on Saturday (thankfully a little less so on Sunday) but of course there were sooooo many wonderful vendors that people came from far and wide. I think I saw some ladies who came three days in a row to take various workshops! and to buy fibre…

So Gord and his trusty iPhone took a few pix to share … well actually he took a lot more but hmmm I edited 🙂 …

On Friday I taught a primitive beginner class.  The class was located on a farm outside of St. Andre Avelin – during the day these little guys walked around and I was happy to see them eating plants as we all know what voracious appetites goats have and how omnivorous they are!  A little wool and linen or a rug might have been a tasty little treat!… So a rustic setting for a primitive class – how apropos!

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Another little visitor who seemed to be very interested in what was going on…

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Yup – class was outside in the barn! What a hoot – these are my students – all of them did an amazing job…

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Ahhhhhh the fibre… Gord tried to get signage into the photographs so that you would know who the vendor was…

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Of course, there were MANY MANY more vendors… and yes I did manage to spend a few dollars on goodies…

Jenny brought along her little sheep rug done in yarns and silks and recycled fabrics…

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6 responses »

  1. Looks fabulous! How could you NOT buy!!!!!!!! Nancy

    Sent from Nancy’s iPad

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  2. Love your pictures Loretta!

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  3. Wow!! Nothing like that here! Maybe the sheep and wool festival in MD.

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  4. Judith A Powell

    Amazing selection of wool, etc. Let us know about the next offering like this one. Thanks.

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  5. Wow you always have so much fun. Nice your hubby enjoys all the activities as well. Thx for sharing

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