I'm hoping that folks in the rest of our crew had their cameras out because I didn't get many photos of the Fair this year. Lila had the camera while I was doing the Spinning a Rabbit demonstration so there are a few more of those...
Yarn bowls, hand knit shawls, bobbin lace bookmarks and handspun yarn.
Hand woven baskets (I coveted many of them, but took my money home to buy hay instead).
Susan, the basket weaver, is working on piecing together a hand knit cable cardigan.
Hand woven shawls and hand made beaded shawl pins.
More hand woven goodies (dishtowels!), felting kits, and fiber. There were many spinners demonstrating.
Handmade quilts, locker hooked rugs and supplies.
Alpaca fleece, roving and yarn!
That is my handspun on the far right front...I forgot to take a picture of my own table.
Spinning a rabbit. This had a few folks confused (and some concerned)!
Buffy (the Were-rabbit slayer) sat nicely in my lap the entire half hour.
It was a long half hour!
Because all of those things happen to you when you are under pressure and slightly claustrophobic and answering questions...you know, breaking your yarn, coming undone from your leader etc... everything but a rabbit peeing on you. (phew).
The learning demonstrations were the best of all.
Hopefully, there are more photos!