Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Renegade Craft Fair

I checked out the Renegade Craft Fair on Saturday afternoon with a friend, and met up with two of my fellow LIC stich-n-bitchers, too. To summarize the afternoon, and the Fair: tote bags, t-shirts, hot sun. Yes, it seems that every crafty person in the NYC area has decided that the humble tote bag is their preferred medium, with printed t-shirts running a close second. It got a little ... dare I say ... boring?

The one t-shirt that I did fall for was from Magpie, and I can't wait to wear it. Do you think I'll strike fear into the hearts of non-knitters? I hope so!

The careful blog reader will note that I've been using other people's photos for a few weeks, rather than images of my own knitting. Never fear, I have been knitting, but I can't find the cable that connects my camera to my computer, so I haven't been able to upload any photos. I'm sure it's buried in a pile on the floor of my closet, I just haven't been able to muster the energy to dig it out. I'll try soon, I promise. I've finished a pair of booties for my friend Erin's son and plan to cast on a matching hat tonight, and am almost finished the cardigan for my niece Olive as well. And I have a photo of me knitting on the plane from Mexico to NYC on WWKIP Day, too!


Yvonne said...

love the tshirts - when do we get to see you in the UK?

cynic the lamb said...

Yeah, most of the totes left a bit to be desired - poor construction, too simple designs, not very exciting or innovative. But I found that there was a greater variety of styles in general at The RCF this year than were represented last. Last year, it was ALL t-shirts and totes. Thso year there was some really nice jewelry and knick-knacks and ALL those cute stuffed animals. SO CUTE!
Anyway, you picked out a great shirt!

msfortuknit said...

thats great! Good taste lady ;)