We were there for over 4 hours on Saturday. Walked through all of the vendors, had some yummy lamb sausage and kabobs, saw the sheep dog demo and got to see some of my favorite sheep - Icelandic, Gotland, Shetland and the adorable little Soay!
There is just so much there for the fibre enthusiast, but I have to say that I am glad that knitting does not interest me as the vast amount of lovely yarn there would really cause me to have a meltdown. As it was, I was able to focus on spinning and weaving items. Above is the Golding drop spindle that my BF bought for me. If you have not seen their items before, I highly recommend you click the name and check out the site. True artisans (make sure you look at the looms and wheels as well, they are breathtaking)!
Are you in the Mid-Atlantic area and have not been to the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival? I highly recommend it for next year, it is worth the drive if you are into any type of fibre arts!