Fall is here…and with it the VT Sheep and Wool Festival

We are all in a twitter here in South Hero getting ready for the Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival….THIS WEEKEND! Where did the time go? Jim has been turning yarn bowls all week and I have been spinning some new “designer” yarns. We are as ready as we can be.

This year Jim is bringing his small lathe and will turn drop spindles for his adoring fans! He will be out in front of Dodge Hall under cover – let’s all cross our fingers for the weather!

So, are you interested? The Vt Sheep and wool Festival is at the Tunbridge World’s Fair Grounds.
The 23rd Annual Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival
October 1 & 2, 2011, taking place as scheduled
Tunbridge Fairgrounds, Tunbridge, VT
The Tunbridge Fairgrounds sustained no damage in the hurricane and is operating on schedule.
Need directions: CLICK HERE

Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, rain or shine
$6.00 for adults, $5.00 for seniors, $1.00 for children under 12

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10 Replies to “Fall is here…and with it the VT Sheep and Wool Festival”

  1. Hi Ellen and Jim,

    It was nice meeting you both on Saturday! We enjoyed the VT S&W this year and wanted to touch base about the future of a yarn bowl. I would love to have a bowl and especially like the maple wood and apple wood hues. Birdseye maple would top the list but of course I realise that is not too common. Please keep me in mind.



  2. I would love to purchase several of your gorgeous yarn bowls. I live in New Mexico and came across them on line and wondered if you did email orders.
    Thank you

  3. I saw one of your yarn bowls on a web site. Do you make them to sell? I would very much be interested. Do you have another website that shows and sells them?

  4. I would love to have one of your lovely large yarn bowls. I live in Rocky Mount, N.C., and was at Nags Head , North Carolina and saw “yarn bowls” which I had never seen before! So I am home now searching the internet and yours appears to be somwhat larger than others I have seen. May I please know the cost and what they are made with.

    Nancy Reid

  5. Jim and Ellen,I purchased a boltte of your Macanero Hot Sauce last summer at the Grand Isle Farmer’s Market. It is magnificent! We would like to buy more from you. Could you ship a case of this fabulous hot sauce to us in Virginia? Please let us know about pricing and availability.Thank you for your attention to our request.Best regards,Stephanie Ferguson

  6. I would like to order 3 of the $85 yarn bowls like the one my friend Leslie Kanter bought from you when she was in your area last week. They are treasures!
    Contact: soldiane@gmail.com. ( Los Angeles, Calif.) 1310 472 8473
    Best regards,
    Diane Rosenthal

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