I’m pretty sure that this is one of the neatest things I’ve put together so far.
I decided to forego shipping rabbits to the National Dutch Show this year in hopes of spending more time with family and friends back in Indiana. I can assure you that the cornfields still make my heart go pitter patter and that I had very little trouble adjusting to the time change. I can tell that it will be painful adjusting to the PNW time again. I’m already trying to sleep by 10pm EST and waking at 6:30-7am.
In any event, I did snap just a few photos of the showroom at our National Show. As always, the Ohio crew did an amazing job. I’m not sure who trained those Ohio Dutch breeders, but they sure do know how to pitch in and make the show run smoothly.
One the big black variety classes.
The view from the writer’s table.
And just a bit of the showroom.
Today is the first day of the yarn crawl. I’ve scheduled this post as I will be fairly busy showing off all of my patterns at BlackSheep at Orenco. I hope that I see some of my readers there. Wait, do I have readers?
Well, in any case, I hope to see a lot of knitters there.
If you stop by, let me know you read the blog and I’ll give you a cookie. 🙂
Is live. You can order the kits here if you are so inclined and I can finally show you some photos.
So, we are keeping the rest of the year a secret. The socks will be revealed 1 quarter at a time. You can buy the kits monthly at the shop or by the quarter through the website. I’m just all a twitter with the results.