Photo Heavy Monday would be Photo Heavier today if the new cheapo card reader hadn't immediately broken and corrupted a 2 gig card full images from Rhinebeck. Luckily I had a few on another card from the NY Sheep & Wool Fest
This year's hats on my friends from New Haven- LOVE the fat sequins.
Sister Lulu and I found this amazing B&B at the last minute, right on the Hudson in Tivoli.
(from the Lulucam) It was less a fawncy B&B, more a visit to an eccentric auntie who last left the premises in 1942. In a word, fabulous. Although unconventional: I had a direct view of the Hudson- and a jar of home canned pickles as a bookend.
I spent a great deal of my time at the Craft Activism table in the author's area.
Happily I was right next to Anna Hrachovec who shares my hand skillz. I LOVE her MochiMochi work.
I finally met Laura Nelkin (in her Iota capelet) ! She is so tiny- she seemed so much larger on Twitter, where we've become friends. This photo also demonstrates that restraint in color and a natural palette is a better choice than...what was I thinking? An explosion of color in my attire. Note to self: please knit some solid headbands. Please.
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thanks to my sister, Linda Hali Zucker , for documenting the action in these photos in the authors area or this would be a Photo Slim post!
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