|Border Leicester Cross Roving|
here. My booth is #255-W. Here's how to locate it easily: after entering the Mallory building through the front door and proceeding straight to the larger space in that building, you will be walking along the widest, central aisle. The Food Court will be immediately to your right. My booth is along the third aisle to your right after going by the Food Court; it is a corner booth, the fifth one in from the center aisle.
This is will be my largest venue so far and I'm giving lots of thought to what I'll bring and how I'll display it. Although there's plenty to do between now and 6 November, I can't wait!
The photo above is a new roving that I'll have at The Fiber Fest of New England. I had actually dyed the colorway way back in May but hadn't gotten around to combining my colors. It's another example of my Mary Alice series: four coordinating strands in each bundle. The spinner may choose to blend them all together during the spinning process, or they may be spun separately or combined in any way the spinner chooses. I like choices.
This roving will be sold in four ounce bundles with a total of two pounds available. If you like it and are coming to the event, plan to stop by early if you want enough for a sweater. I do have quite a bit of the muted brass hue left over and I'll have that available too.
Time for more photos of my Pygora goats!
Here are my three little girls: Tina, Tulip, and Lilly from left to right, anxiously awaiting their daily treat of cracked corn. I am so fond of these goats, so glad I took a chance and added a new species here.
Tulip and Lilly diving into the corn. Tina, the smallest, is a little shy and usually positions herself behind the other two. Please note the yardstick behind Tulip; this gives you some idea of their size.