First, let me say that the amazing Katie Lane from Townsend was unable to make it to Sauder this year, there were some family commitments she had to meet. I missed you Katie! Ruth, our Purchasing Manager at Bee Line, came with me instead. Of course, she left as a hooker. Ruth bought a kit from Tomorrow's Heirlooms and started hooking. I warned her it would happen.
I always love being able to meet customers at Sauder - it's great to be able to put a face with a name, and I have a LOT of names. Shari and I talk to all kinds of people during the year, so when I meet people at the show it's usually a hug-fest.
And then, there were rugs. Lots and lots of rugs.
Here's another favorite, hooked by Susan Feller of Ruckman Mill Farm - another one of our distributors.
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My photo feature won't let me download any more pictures, so I'll put the rest of them up this week.