There were five or six classes they could choose from, the rest of time time was knitting with friends and eating. The food was great.
On Friday afternoon, Joy joined me for an afternoon of spinning while I was knitting and waiting on customers. The "hot ticket item" of the retreat were the stitch markers that Cora, Debbie and I "slaved over" while enjoying the beach at Marco Island and the row counters that I had to go to the store and buy more supplies to make more on Friday night for Saturday.
Here are some pictures of our vendor booth:
|The Yarn Wall|
Patterns & Needles
Many of the ladies attending will be stopping by the Market Day fiber show in Bowling Green on March 24, so I'll see them again soon.
This afternoon, we are to begin building the wall for the weaving/fiber arts studio in the basement - yeah! For now, for me, it's time to bundle up and go out in the cold to feed our fiber producers who make it possible for me to go to fun events like the Knitter's retreat!