Today I will start to play catch up on the blog. You know that feeling when you have put off something and the longer you delay the harder it is to get started and the more you dread the task? Yeah, it's like that.
Black Sheep Gathering was at the end of June in Eugene, Oregon. Not very far - only a 2 hour drive. My opportunity to share booth space at Black Sheep came up fairly last minute so we really had to scramble, and it is a fun venue and event. I'll admit my haul from shopping was pretty pathetic and not picture worthy so I'll skip that this time. I found a jacket made from a reclaimed vintage kimono, a Black Sheep Gathering tank top, and a wool ball for the cats to play with. No yarn, no spindles or fiber or fleece.
The best part of the show is always the people. I got to see new and previous customers, lots of friends, and meet new vendors. Pictures? Didn't happen.
But I did get to visit with the nice folks from Country Yarns in Snohomish, WA, and they are now carrying our products! I hope to have a chance to get up to their shop next year and do a show.