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  • Harrisville and Green Mountain are two of my favorites, and I have yet to visit either although they are just a hoot and a holler North…maybe it’s time for a roadtrip? C’mon up!

  • Correct me if I’m wrong, but I seem to remember someone buying mohair to make a coat once at Rhinebeck. Did anything ever come of that? Other people’s Rhinebecks are just a blur in my mind….

  • Fun post! Great idea to go to Rhinebeck and without having to eat carrot-sticks-only for a month to redeem one’s body.

    If I get up really early tomorrow, it should be cold enough to stand outside in my Boreal. That is one great sweater. I call that the return of good weather, BTW.

  • Great post read by someone aching to go but stuck at a desk in Warrington, UK. If Starcroft Fibre had a stand there this year, I’d fight like a wild woman for a few skeins of their Lobster Bake!

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    • Oh to go to actually go to Rhinebeck one year… A dream come true! Maybe one day, but for now, I’ll be joining you chair-side. Thank you for sharing.

  • OK, I am watching the video, and many years have passed since I was in NoVa with the two of you, so I want to know how tall is Ann. Am also reminded that I may have gotten that audio book, and wonder where the heck it is! Clearly I’ve not konmaried to it yet. XXO

    • Ann’s height: taller than me.

      It’s been too long, Maggi!

      • Shakerag!

  • Decided yesterday to go to Rhinebeck for the first time! Guess I don’t have time to knit that sweater….

    • My Rhinebeck sweater: a sweater. That I wear to Rhinebeck. Have fun! Prepare for overstimulation. Pace yourself. Sit down once in a while. Don’t forget to visit the sheep for a break from relentless retail therapy. (Therapy for your therapy.)

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  • One of these days, I’m going to go to Rhinebeck. The trouble is that I think about it now that it’s here but somehow forget about it until time for it again.

  • Looking forward to this.

    Never have been to Rhinebeck. As I am not one for crowds – the Verdant Gryphon scene in the post makes me uncomfortable just reading about it! – I am all for the idea of going “virtually. 🙂

  • So glad you are back!

  • So glad you’re back!

  • Glad you have returned!

  • Yay!

  • I want some of that gryphon stuff

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  • … and then remember for those in the know … Miss Babs can VERY well be enjoyed virtually as it is one of the MOST mobbed vendors of all … but fabulously so … http://www.missbabs.com … cheers … see you there!

  • I love your blog!

  • That video was fun, a real blast from the past! But it got me to wondering…just exactly how did you ladies originally meet?

  • Glad to see you’re back blogging!

  • Sooo glad to see you are back to the blogging! Please send me updates. Love you both on Instagram too.

  • I hope to make it someday.. Thanks for the armchair view.

  • Love!

  • Oh, how I have missed you two! Please sign me up for everything.

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  • Thank you for the yarn company recs, going to go follow them for future reference!