Village Books went along for the ride as Knitting Out Loud hit the streets of Long Island, NY and the sawdust and straw of the NH Sheep & Wool Festival this past week.
KOL genius Kathy Goldner and I spoke to hundreds of librarians (in NY), knitters, spinners, readers, farmers and other wonderful people for five days, extolling the virtues of listening to the history, sociology and personal essays of knitting on the cds produced by her new company.
Below: Our booth in Barn 33 at NHSW;
the baby goat Roxanne can't have;
Homer, the pigeon who escaped certain death in NH and chose a permanent roost outside our funny motel room;
Kathy doing what she loves!
We sold a bunch of cds, bought too much yarn and had a lot of fun!
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