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Oregon Flock and Fiber

This weekend (September 26th-27th) is Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival in lovely Canby Oregon.  I love this Fibery Festival. It is one of my favorites. I like that it is at the fairgrounds and we get to be in the 4-H building and right next to my buddies at Carolina Homespun.  We met here years ago when it was both of our first time there and have been booth mates ever since. I think that one of the lovely aspects of this show for me is the community aspect. 

It starts from the moment we pull up to unload and are greeted with gusto by the OFFF volunteers and all our fellow vendors and lasts until we put that last box in the truck say goodbye and head back to Scappoose.

In between it is chocked full of great people, awesome fiber and color and cute animals (remember Henry came from here), lots of good classes and fun for everyone. It is a very happy fiber event.

We hope to see you there. 

Because this year has been so full we are not doing a Barn Sale (sorry).  So what we have decided to do instead is have everything (yup everything) at our OFFF Booth (except Mill Ends) be 15% off.

Which makes it a BMFA 15% OFF for OFFF sale.

See you there!

  1. Heidi #

    Boy, I sure wish I lived closer to Oregon!  I’ll have to plan a few festivals into vacation next year.

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  2. That makes me sad (barn sale, but didn’t really expect it this year) and happy (15%).  I’ve been looking forward to this weekend since last year, I love OFFF!

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  3. Now that’s very tempting! See you at OFFF!

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  4. Well… there goes what ever shred of restraint I may have had. Will you have the new colors there, too?

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  5. Well, I was already pretty sad that I wouldn’t be coming up this year, but a sale.  Maybe its best?  You know I have such little restraint already!! 

    No barn sale just means now I should just pick a weekend to come up and visit anyways!!  Have a great time this weekend!!

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  6. Nicole #

    For those of us far from Oregon, will you also be extending your 15% to website customers?  Wish I were closer, LOVE your yarn!  Thanks!

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  7. So I really must know…why can’t I be everywhere at all times?!  Sure wish I were there!  And here I was thinking of giving Morgaine a call to see if I could stop by this weekend-apparently they won’t be there!  I know you’ll have fun-enjoy!  And big hugs to you gals!

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  8. marcy #

    Have a great time! Isnt this where you met Henry last year?

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  9. I’m glad you asked, nicole, I was wondering the same myself.

    I’ve got my eye on some of those new colors.


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  10. Have a wonderful time!  I won’t be making it down this year but I sure wish I could! I’ll miss seeing you!

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  11. Carol #

    It sure sucks living on the East Coast. No Blue Moon Fiber Arts discounts for us.


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  12. Aww, shucks.  I’ve already been saving my pennies for the barn sale. I’ve had such *fun* knitting up last year’s scores. I guess this means I’ll have twice as many pennies for *next* year’s barn sale!

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  13. Ann #

    I’m having a problem w/ the new sock (Knetted). I’m making large and am at row 9 on pattern B. The chart and the written explanation do not jive. I assume I go by the chart ?? Thanx

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