Photo Gallery Click any image to enlarge. Karen at Spinnindipity Fibers. Rainbow batts at Upstream Alpacas. Sultana Charania with a room full of beginning drop-spindlers. Rainbows were the theme of the weekend! Stephanie Pearl-McPhee teaching Speed & Efficiency in knitting. Michelle and Candace in the One of a Kind Buttons booth. Gradient packs from Black Trillium. Yarn from Mosaic Moon. Sally Gilchrist Studios. Black Sheep Creamery Shoppers at Shaggy Bear Farms. Thoroughly Thwacked Fibers. Sunset Fibers. Alexandra demonstrating her electric wheel. Dragynknyts. Shoppers in the Bumblebirch booth. Lynette at Dragynknyts. Connie at Spindlewod Co. Sari with Twists & Turnings. Banquet attendees enjoying the keynote address. Our closing view during vendor take-down. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Robin with Knit Christmas. Glass buttons from Aria Design Studio. Attendees doing a “make-and-take” at the Wooly Walkers booth. Our main venue, the Fort Dalles Readiness Center Shoppers at Thoroughly Thwacked. Jennie with Sunset Fibers and Bar-Maids. Rug from Wooly Walkers. The Un-Ewes-Ual Waucoma Bookstore. Patty Lyons teaching The Secrets of Gauge. A panoramic view of the 2015 Marketplace. Exploring creative design in Norah Gaughan’s class. Black Trillium booth. Shoppers at Upstream Alpacas. Spinning Mind Designs. BJS Fiber Creations Norah teaching Creative Geometric Design. Black Sheep Creamery. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, AKA The Yarn Harlot, reminds us why we it’s OK to be compelled to always. knit. more. Handspun from Fleebers Farm. Three Fates Yarns. Drop-spindling is tough to learn! Shoppers at Alpaca Annex. Polished rock magnetic closures from Spinning Mind Designs. Sunset Fibers. The Quiet American entertains before the keynote address. Braids at Mosaic Moon. Bellwether Wool. Alexandra’s Crafts. Heather Weiss Massage giving an attendee a much needed massage. Sarah Anderson with her Bubble Crepe spinners. Marketplace New Hue Handspuns Earrings from Dry Wit Designs Banquet attendees enjoying the keynote address. The River Gallery at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, location of our Keynote Banquet. Someone’s hooked on punch hooking! Students weaving away. Allison with Fleebers Farm. Abstract Fiber. Blackberry Knits. Carin Engen teaching how to make a felted purse. Braids from Dicentra Designs. Marketplace Abstract Fiber. Judy with Little House Rugs. Stitchjones. Squire Country Crafts. Marketplace Wooly Walkers. Yarn from Upstream Alpacas. Linda Gettmann and rigid heddle weaving students. Sarah & Felicia with Bumblebirch. Shaggy Bear Farms. Kunihiro Pottery. Shoppers at Black Trillium.