October 22, 2009
At the New York State Sheep and Wool Festival last weekend, every inch of the Dutchess County Fairgrounds was jammed with sheep and wool paraphernalia from yarn and fiber vendors to sheep farmers, potters, cheese-makers, hat makers, and—lest we forget—purveyors of delicious fried artichokes.
This year I was on the other side of the booth as I signed copies of my new book, The Knitter's Book of Wool, and sent them out into the world. I had just a few brief hours to explore the festival and can show you five special finds that came home with me.
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