These are some of the booths my sister and I talked about at MD Sheep & Wool - and some we should have talked about.
Don't ask me which of us is talking at any time - my sister or I. I really can't tell most of the time.
Journey Wheel, fine tools for spinners on the go. Jonathan and Sheila Bosworth.
Plum Cottage Crafts, where you can get a circular knitting machine or a restored sock knitting machine. I really want one of these.
Barneswallow Farm doesn't seem to have a website, but they are in Dewittville, NY.
Helen 'Halla' Fleischer, a fantasy spindle artist who my sister knows IRL.
Carolina Handspun is where I bought my silk yarn from Blue Moon Spinnery. It's lovely.
I bought some great sock yarn from Spirit Trail Fiberworks.
And some yarn that came all the way from Texas so I could buy it from Brooks Farm Yarn.
The Bee Folks is where Lisa bought some honey on Sunday.
On Sunday, I also interviewed an innocent bystander about The Red Scarf Project.
Lisa and I seem to argue a lot about what is a sheep and what is a goat. My fave piece of evidence is "look at his face".
KnitWit mentions the Barefoot Spinner.
It also becomes clear that I feel the use of "dude" is now somehow ok, because the Yarn Harlot says it, at least on her blog.