In the spirit of Charlie Sheen, I titled this blog post "winning" based on my performance at the Ga. National Fair.
That's right kids, I cleaned up at the fair. My mama taught me to be humble and not to brag, but I can't help it. I'm so proud of these accomplishments I could burst.
I went back to my post (on a limb) and copied the content below.
1 skein of handspun, beaded supercoils- first place
1 handspun crochet scarf - Queen Anne's Lace Scarf - first place
plain roll brim- 3rd place (the first place winner had a beautifully spun.knit snood that was lace. SOO honored to be 3rd after that work. (the hat is pictured above on that foam head)
1 felted singles shawl - Citron -third place
1 handspun shawl- The Age of Brass and Steam - honorable mention (the first place ribbon went to a beautiful lace pi shawl)
3 handspun hats -Fairy Lights didn't place
button tab hat- honorable mention.
I have 1 crochet monster (the one with 3 eyes from an earlier post) - first place with an award of excellence
1 knit shawl - first place with an award of excellence
1 cabled hat second place
1 knit monster (Maddox the monster by Danger Crafts)- first place and an award of excellence.
So for my first year, I think I made out like a bandit! Only 1 thing, ironically the 1 thing MADE for the fair, didn't place or get a ribbon of any kind. I nearly tore boyfriend's arm off as we walked around the convention hall looking for my spoils. When I found more than 1 blue ribbon on my stuff, you could have knocked me over with a feather.
And yes, I'm already plotting for next year.