Wow, what a weekend! I have officially recovered from our trip. The Yellow Rose Fiber Fiesta in Seguin, Texas was definitely a highlight of my year, I couldn't have asked for a better experience.
From the moment I arrived and set up my booth, I knew this event was going to be something special. The atmosphere was electric with so many fiber enthusiasts gathering to celebrate our love of all things yarn and fiber. And as soon as the doors opened, the excitement only continued to grow.
I was thrilled to be next to the amazing team at Conserving Threads, who had a fantastic selection of fibers and yarns. I found myself sneaking over to their booth whenever I had a spare moment, admiring their stunning colors and unique textures. And let me tell you, I definitely found some new fibers that I can't wait to incorporate into my batts and other fiber preparations.
But it wasn't just the other vendors that made this event so special. The attendees were equally amazing, with such a passion and excitement for fiber arts that was contagious. I had so much fun chatting with people about their latest projects, and it was wonderful to see so many people eager to learn new techniques and skills. I even had the most amazing experience to help a beginning spinner spin on her lovely new wheel! And we had this adorable little guy baa-ing. He is such a sweetheart!
Of course, being a vendor meant that I was kept pretty busy throughout the event. But I have to say, I wouldn't have had it any other way. There was something so exhilarating about being in the midst of all the hustle and bustle, surrounded by so much creativity and inspiration. And seeing people's faces light up as they discovered our yarns and fibers was truly priceless.
Looking back on the Yellow Rose Fiber Fiesta, I am filled with a sense of joy and gratitude. It was an experience that I will never forget, and I am already looking forward to next year's event. Who knows what new fibers and yarns we'll discover, or what new friends we'll make? All I know is that it will be a weekend full of laughter, learning, and of course, lots and lots of yarn.