This woman was walking in front of me and was kind enough to let me take a picture of her fabulous dress called The Swing Dress. She probably told me what yarn she used but I can't remember as I was too busy looking at the her beautiful knit work.
What follows are some random pictures I took, working my way through the thousands of people who were there. I'll start with the Knitters Booth and go from there:
The Yarn Over truck was there from Southern Cal:
Stopped at Miss Babs and saw this really striking Cameo shawlette:
Thought about buying the yarn there, but when I saw the long line, I decided to try another vendor and I'm glad I waited because I stopped by The Plucky Knitter and look what I found in a big basket marked One Hit Wonders:
A merino fingering weight yarn with a little bit of cashmere and it is so soft! I stopped by here on Friday and I heard from a number of people that this booth was insanely busy Thursday night. Lines around the next row of vendors! This is a very popular vendor and their yarn is really lovely.
The Leftie shawlette was everywhere. This is a sample I saw at the Miss Babs booth. Here are a few more examples:
Rachael Herron was there to promote her books. Her latest, Pack Up The Moon will be released in March.