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Julia here.

Hard on the heels of Rhinebeck, I found myself able to go with friends to Stitches East, the biggest retail show in the business right in my own backyard (practically) in Hartford, CT. Once there, I quickly happened across Stephanie of Handknit Heroes and Allison of The Knit Princess sharing a booth.


I purchased a kit for a superhero mask from Stephanie, hoping that I might have enough time to get this knit by Hallowe'en. I mean Hallowe'en, 2010.  You can get one too on her website.


Neato, huh? 

The rest of my Friday in the big market was spent reeling from one fantastic booth to the next, admiring the goods of local (WEBS) and not-so-local retailers (Modern Yarn), yarn manufacturers (Kollage), indie dyers (Ivy Brambles), and handmade yarns by the spinners of Indie Spun, all while renewing my acquisitive interest in things like a complete set of dpns from Signature Needle Arts, a Boye electic ball winder from Yarn Bazaar (helloooo Santa),

boye electric winder

and actually buying two of these goodies for knitters on my own Christmas list, Knit-out boxes from Lantern Moon that I had originally seen at TNNA.


I also got to knit on The Big Sock. I look a little demented in this photo, but it is an action shot, after all.  I mean, that knitter is moooving.