Postcards from Rhinebeck (part two)

The stunning fall foliage and the charming animals weren't the only attention grabbers at the festival last weekend.  Many of the attendees where modeling their recently finished knitwear.  We overheard more than one knitter confess that what she was wearing had been cast off in the wee hours of the night before and skipped a blocking in order to be showcased.We brought some beautiful knits of our own to wear and we thought we'd share some photos of what we modeled. lemonsHere you can see Theresa in her beautiful Love & Lemons by Melanie Berg, knit up in Baa Ram Ewe's Titusjulie SundayJulie is modeling her Hitchhiker shawl designed by Martina Behm.  She is also wearing a Flora's Cap knit up with butter soft Blue Sky Alpaca's Alpaca Silk yarn.  The soft neutrals had many a passerby ask about her accessories. theresa SundayTheresa was a vision in shades of teal on Sunday.  She wore a Rikke hat made with Madelinetosh merino DK and the Hill and Dale cowl that she finished just a few weeks ago.  She knit this up with Anzula For Better or Worstedjulie and jennyHere you can see Jenny and Julie looking bright and sunny on Saturday (when temperatures were more mild).  Julie is wearing her Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief knit up with MJ Yarns Rustic Fingering yarn.  Jenny is wearing her Oblagon designed by Londonleo. jenny cowlHere you can see Jenny looking beautifully accessorized in her Arnhem Loop designed by Silke K. equinoxLast but not least is Theresa modelling a sneak peek.  This is the Equinox Poncho designed by our very own Kate Salomon.  This pattern and the beautifully tweedy Alpaca Elegance from Green Mountain Spinnery that it was knit up with will be arriving in the shop later this month!We hope that you can visit soon and ask us about the trip.  We'd love to tell you all about it.