" This was paradise for me! My eyes feast on every booth that I walked through. It’s just amazing how creativity flows in everywhere I look. What I enjoyed the most is seeing the smile of satisfaction of people as they admire their newly acquired item. It’s like you can see heaven through their eyes. "Mjanejf on Ravelry
" I am a knitter, so I love seeing the variety of yarns for sale! My son loves seeing the sheep and goats. And my husband loves the food - especially the typical fair food and the lamb burgers! "Heather C.Sykesville, MD
" I always go here to stock up on roving for spinning & the wool yarn I use to weave. There are hundreds of vendors from all over the country selling incredible textiles, yarns, antiques & hand crafted items. "Manasi K.Seattle, WA
" There's plenty of fair food to be had there, not to mention some tasty lamb from a few vendors. For the best food, go in the 4-H building and either purchase a BBQ sandwich or a leg of lamb sandwich. Yum! "Wayne B.Charlotte, NC.
" Lots of animals to pet, sheepdog trials to watch, music, fairground food, shearing demonstrations, storytelling, wool spinning demos - fascinating, and it's outdoors, so the kids can be as loud as they want. "Anita W.Silver Spring, MD
" The festival is a great coming together of rural America. There is so much livestock, wool, yarn & southern food here, it's amazing. "Manasi K.Seattle, WA
" If you have any love whatsoever of sheep, wool, fleece, fiber, or anything to do with knitting, weaving, or spinning, then this is the festival for you. "Wayne B.Charlotte, NC