The camera was forgotten so I don't have any photos of the actual fair to share but, as requested by Melissa (who wanted to go but couldn't make it out), here is a shot of my purchases. Unfortunately, I don't remember where most of them came from (when you are walking around and around a track, with many many booths on all sides, it's tough to remember things like where things were purchased) but I do know that the handkercheif kit and pouch on the right are from Kimberly. And that both the fabric-covered buttons and the wooden buttons will likely find their way onto future knitting projects, whomever it was that I bought them from. Thanks, Renegade (and Aryn and Thea and Nana), for another fun year!
Sunday, June 6, 2010
I love the Renegade Craft Fair. I always loved craft fairs but Renegade is above and beyond many of them. When I was in Brooklyn, it was always a fun excuse to meet up with my friends and spend a whole day outside, wandering around the park (or the swimming pool, depending on which year it was) but now it was just a good excuse to drive into Brooklyn to see my friends and find some really cool things. I spend most of the time out of doors these days.