Friday, October 1, 2010

Wheeeee!!!!!

This is hugely picture heavy, but it's 12:30 in the a.m. and I can't decide which pictures I want to put here and which to put on the wool tent blog so I'm putting all of them both places...and going to bed.

We had gorgeous weather today. The crowds were good and lots of fun. The wool tent is full of fabulous stuff. Come out and play!































15 comments:

small farm girl said...

Great pictures! Hope to see you there!

Lori Skoog said...

Sara...your festival has to be great, so many interesting things. I also love your new cards. You sound very busy and happy!

cyndy said...

Your festival looks wonderful!

Loved the photos!

It is easy to see you are enjoying everything!

Tiggeriffic said...

Wished I lived closer.. I would come to see all the wonderful colors and things that are available. Great Job~!

Alice said...

So many talented artisans under one tent! It's a great place to see spinning, weaving, felting and knitting and get answers to your questions! Come and enjoy!

Deb W said...

Yep! Kentucky has a WEALTH of fiber, fiber artists and all manner of good things fibery. And we want everyone to know about it! Come and see for yourself!

I applaud Sara for all her hard work on TWO fiber festivals in KY. It seems she has almost singlehandedly kept the Wool Fest wooly!

(if there are any Angora rabbits there, don't forget to take a snap or two of them!)

Gayle said...

So many beautiful things to be seen at the festival. Must be a great time.

Barbara's Spot on the Blog said...

Scrumptious wool and photos.

Michelle said...

Hurray for wool festivals and the Crazy Sheep Lady!

junelle said...

Oh, I love it! What a great collection of color, texture, and wonderful. Thank you for every picture you shared - inspiration sparks flying!

kristi said...

All I got is "WOW"! What an inspiration!

flowerweaver said...

Oooh, I just want to touch all those wonderful fibers! Hope you had fun!

Ed said...

Great shots, looks like alot of fun. See ya next week, probably next Tuesday.

DayPhoto said...

Wonderful! Thank you for showing me...I get to visit from afar!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Sandy said...

Just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. Your sheep are my sheep...without all the hard work! ;-)

I have two baskets of wool waiting for me to *process*, but we are in the midst of a remodel of a house we just bought.

Come take a look if you'd like....

DownGoodHopeRoad.blogspot.com

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