We made a good showing at the Fiber Festival of New England this past weekend, especially considering it is a relatively new show (4 years old) and relatively small. I think it will grow and expand and it is good to be a part of that. Here are some bad pics of set up.
When we set up on Friday it was about 70 degrees and humid in Springfield. When I woke up at home yesterday it was 30 degrees. It's also Daylight Savings time, the stupidest idea ever. I'm not happy. I can't stay awake at night, I'm up before 5, and I don't know what the heck to wear.
My next adventure is this weekend. I am teaching a rug hooking class at Farmhouse Quilt Company in Southold, New York on Saturday. This is run by Janet Heins and her daughter Lindsay. We met years ago at a craft sale at her son's grade school and became reacquainted at the Eastern Long Island Quilt Show this past June. Janet is in much demand as a long arm quilter. I hear her shop makes grown women drool, so I am looking forward to our day together. I've made up a few extra kits, so if you want to join us, give Janet a call at 631-236-6030. You have a choice of two kits -- Eggs and Farmhouse Star, which I designed just for this class. I think we'll have a lot of fun.