We had a blast at Indie Knit & Spin last weekend. It was sort of a feeding frenzy, especially the batts. They were the hot item in my booth this year. We were able to expand from the 6 foot table to an 8×8 booth, so I had more room. However, since I brought new items and had new displays, it was a stressful morning trying to get everything to fit. In the end I’m happy with the result, though I forgot to take a picture until halfway through the day. It was fuller at the start.
Those pictures I thought disappeared from Rich’s phone a few weeks ago have suddenly popped up. So here is an overdue view of my booth from the Autumn Fiber Event in October. It was a roomy 12 x 10. I had so much space I hardly knew what to do with myself. At the back I set up a table for destashing. All of the looms sold and some of the fiber, so it was worth it.
And here is a bonus picture of my bento box lunch from the Morikami Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida. Everything was yummy, except perhaps the sushi. Apparently I am not a fan. It’s the smell. I feel like I’m stuffing my face into an aquarium.