Leni, Maudie and Dorothy at the Triabunna Village Stall where Wool-Girl was sold and many KAS websites handed out to possible new knitters and crocheters for KAS.
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  • Maudie, I am so very excited for you about finding a seller for Wool-Girl!  What a wonderful sale it sounds like - very fun and a great spotlight on KAS.  You do a wonderful job promoting the cause.  Much love and many thanks headed your way!

  • Yes it is sure to be Wool-Girl's YEAR!! :)

  • Fascinating news of what's involved here and very heartening to hear of the people willing to help.  I'm sure that lady's Mum will be thrilled to find out where her squares are headed.  I'd have had so much fun browsing this Festival as I love handwoven items and hand made jewellery and paintings and wood boxes...oh my, good job you're on the other side of the world ladies, or I'd be seriously bankrupt after just one visit.  Awesome how you were able to spread the news about KAS and also get someone willing to sell the Wool Girl books...finally! :D

  • Well done Maudie !

  • I forgot to say that Rhonda and a child being wrapped in love photo was on the wall but we are standing in front of it.

  • The Bothwell International Highland Spin-in and Fibre Festival attracted exhibits and people from many states and from New Zealand and Japan. It was an amazing three day festival. Many people were very interested in KAS and comments came from "I have squares in a cupboard that my 98 year old mother knitted last year and now I know where to send them" to "Our church group would be very interested in this".

    It was a good time for sales and Spreading the Word with the ladies from the Triabunna Village - the same people who organised the France to Freycinet Festival last year. Leni and Dorothy were selling my books today as I had to leave also selling  felted items and jewellery and finely woven scarves, and paintings from Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory of Australia, and  the famous Tasmanian native timber boxes.

    I also made contact with a lady who wants to sell Wool-Girl later in the year and another who grows ethical wool and has it spun into yarn in New Zealand. Some of her wool will be going to South Africa with a Koala made from Tasmanian Wool fleece as an add-on.

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