Despite waking up with a headache Saturday morning I was determined to visit the Festival at Powhatan, only an hour and a half from Fredericksburg.
If you remember my friend at Woven Gems offered to display a small selection (that survived the last couple of firings) in her tent.
About 11:15, I was just minutes from pulling into the parking area and she called me with a request for more mugs!
I could not believe how beautiful the weather was. The final number for the day was about 1,000. And this is the first year for this Festival!
Waiting for the next herding exhibition...
Woven Gem's busy tent!
A small display of my work. I am so thankful for Diane's offer. And a very good day for both of us!
One of my favorite fiber dyers...located right in Front Royal VA.
The central barn with the few animals.
Kathleen Oliver of Sweet Tree Hill Farm.
Churro. (I think!)
I had never seen a "kick spindle" before! I love this. The ability to spin on a spindle in a continuous way. No stopping to wind on. Still very portable and not as expensive as a traditional spinning wheel.
Alpaca from Hermes Alpaca.
From reading the posts on the PFoF Ravelry thread the festival was very successful! I'm so glad I was able to support a new event, even in such a small way.
Next weekend? Maryland Sheep and Wool!
I'll be meeting up with Ravelry friends coming down from New England. I am so excited to meet them in real life!
And as soon as that electrician comes to fix the breakers in the studio I will have my hands back in clay. It's been FAR too long.
I am so glad the smaller fiber festivals are picking up in vendors and visitors! Wish I could have gone!
And the cool thing Amy is that this small festival is just a week before the biggie in MD. I love that it was such a success. I kept on hearing stories of No VA people coming south in order to meet up with NC friends. A great day.
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