In the middle of the table you can see a basket with a Knitters share in it. Six skeins of handspun wool, in 3 different natural colors, and one skein of carmel colored alpaca, spun with red glitz thread. On this side of the booth, one of our earache soother pillows and behind that some of the knit hats. I am wearing one of our cowls, they come in the Family share
I will have a booth at the first, First Friday of the season, in downtown Binghamton on April 1,2. I have been spinning, sewing, knitting and I even made a banner so that you can find me better! I can't wait to go get my tent and my table, it's something I am really looking forward to. Here are two of the little dolls we made for the weekend. They are pocket babies and they have rice in the bottom, stuffed with our wool, and the little hats are just right to snuggle them close, or to send them up in the air with, for a toss! The bigger baby is the Jewel baby doll, she is a gypsy and she is also stuffed with our wool. Her soft skin is organic silk and cotton blend.
Saturday we will be at the Boynton Middle School, in Ithaca, for a CSA fair. I have a feeling that we will be the only fiber CSA there. So just look for yarn! I am bringing a sample share basket and also some of the cute hats that Lesley knits for the farm. I will have a sign up sheet and will be accepting farm-share payments for our spring share. Speaking of that, the spring share is almost ready, we got the call from the mill just the other day.Hopefully we will see it in the next few weeks!