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The Inside Scoop




Last year the best yarn vendor by far was Brooks Farm Yarns. Their stuff is luscious, especially the mohair and silk yarns! I bought some of the Duet and made a scarf - I'm going back for more this year. They are a Texas Yarn Company.


This year Joholand International is coming and I am really excited. I have seen them on Ebay for a while and have been really curious about their yarns and unique dying style. Now I get to see it and feel it in person before scooping some up. They have fingering and worsted weights. They have an office near Dallas, but I don't know if they operate a storefront - perhaps only online sales.


Anyone else familiar with any of the vendors who will be there this year?


Anyone thinking about taking classes? Has anyone taken classes at prior fairs?


From Susan: I have never taken classes at this venue, but I can highly recommend one of the instructors...Pat Tittizer. Pat is an excellent instructor, has lots of experience teaching different levels and has the patience of a saint. She does it all, spins, knits, tats, crochets, weaves.

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