Rhinebeck. For some, it's just an area in New York. For obsessed knitters it is a mecca, a pilgrimage that must be made. It is the biggest celebration of fibers, spinning and knitting on the East Coast and the fact that it coincides with the turning of the leaves and October's bittersweet chill makes it all the more endearing. Best not to mention the cider doughnuts or you'll be booking your trip for next year now.
Unfortunately, Rhinebeck is not within driving distance for everyone and we have to settle for the stories from other knitters who were able to attend. Let's check out what Rhinebeck 2013 had to offer this year:
UPDATE 10/22: More Rhinebeck blog posts have been popping up. If you haven't gotten your full yarny fix check out these links:
UPDATE 10/23: More Rhinebeck blog posts!
UPDATE 11/1: Even More Rhinebeck Goodness!
Did you go to Rhinebeck this year? Let us know about it in the comments. If you have a blog post about it, email us at angela at knitluck dot com and we'll share it here!
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