It’s taken me a few days to gather my thoughts and ‘relax’ back into a more normal day to day routine after getting back from Wonderwool Wales.
I loved Wonderwool. I loved Wales. Such a green and beautiful countryside - I could have driven around on those country roads for hours exploring the most remote and beautiful areas…
Wonderwool was very well organised and a truly lovely event, the perfect first experience of a fiber show. Everyone was so friendly and helpful; the organisers and the staff on the ground (such as the stewards) as well as the other exhibitors.
And the customers!! Wow, all of them lovers of fiber and yarn and really lovely!
If they’ll have me back next year I’ll be there in a heartbeat :-D
So a big thank you to the organisors and their hard work. You did an amazing job!
Personally I found the experience very valuable. I now know what to do differently, and hopefully better, for my next event. I feel I did the best I could lacking any previous experience and together with my partner in crime, Linda of Kettle Yarn Co., we put up a really nice booth for a couple of first timers!
On another note, you may have noticed I’m now running a Spring Sale on Etsy - 15% off everything in the shop until noon on Saturday 31st May.
So, if you never got to go to Wonderwool and see my yarns in person, and if you haven’t tried my yarns yet, I’d say now is the perfect time to snag that colour you’ve been eyeing before it’s gone forever.
Some colours will be repeated and dyed in the future but not all and most likely in another base.