Lori Lawson of Capistrano Fiber Arts. Sorry for the poor photo Lori.
Lori and Margie working the booth. They were so busy in the booth the first time through the room that we just said hi and thought we would come back after we had finished the show to chitty chat. Nice to see her booth so full of people.
I would have linked to Margie's blog but it looks like she is blogless or so it seems.
In the third room we found lots and lots of roving and more roving. I spoke to a lady who had the prettiest electric purple roving. She teaches spinning and dying and various fiber arts. Each booth we stopped at had so much beautiful roving. I love talking to all the various people because they each had their own "spin" on color and style. Sorry for the bad pun but it just slipped out.
This is what we came home with.
$8.00 for 4 oz of Superwash merino roving in "Tequila Sunrise"
This was the Sunday sunset. You should have seen it 5 minutes earlier while I was scrambling to find the camera.
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