Turns out Prattsburgh is a thriving metropolis compared to Genesee, PA. We were housed on the open main floor of an old hotel. We saw a thermostat on the wall, but it must be a sacred item as no one touched it all day :-( Ah, well, dressed in wool and drinking hot coffee all day we were able to stave off frostbite.
Lamb, yarn, sheepskins (and Julie!)
Quilt batting and lots of roving
Rug hooking fabric, kits and samples
Carolyn brought some nice hooked items she has done including this one of her son's dog.
Tezel, hooked from her portrait
Having tallied up the hours and dollars spent making the rug, Carolyn opted to send her son a photo of the rug. He can visit it anytime he wants.
We didn't get out much as the craft organizers graciously had runners to get lunch for us, but Julie did see this flock of exotic birds.
Rusticus shovelia, subspecies pennsylvanium
Gotta add that to my Life List!
The people there were really nice, but it wasn't a fiber crowd. Roc Day in Ithaca, hosted by the Black Sheep Handspinners Guild, in January will be a different story!