Stitches Midwest was great, now to prep for Rhinebeck!

Posted by Natalia Wilson on

Hi Friends! I had a great time vending at Stitches Midwest. I met so many people through the stitch marker swap, including fellow vendors. That's one of the best part of doing these shows; getting to spend time with the fiber community. Thanks to everyone who stopped by, and to my terrific booth partner, Susie of Chiagu.

And look at how many stitch markers I traded for! (The round tin has a set of the markers I made for swapping.)

Stitch makers in two tins


Now that Stitches is over, I am very busy fulfilling orders, and getting ready for both NY State Sheep and Wool, but also for the first Rhinebeck Yarn Bazaar! You can follow them on Instagram here: and here is the official site with all the info you will need:

I am really excited to be a part of this new show! And of course I can't wait to be a part of the wonderful Cooperative Press booth in Building C at NY Sheep and Wool. You should really check out Cooperative Press' website, they have some AMAZING tee-shirts available and fiber along with their always fantastic selection of books and patterns. 

And, I have a free-shipping option if you want to pre-order and pick up orders at either the Rhinebeck Yarn Bazaar or NY Sheep and Wool. I will offer that option until Oct. 1. 

OK, lots of rings and goodies to make! See you in the Hudson Valley in October!

rings on a tray on  a workbench

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