For most of the two days, I sat weaving and visiting. While there, I completed three straps.
Two sold right off the loom and the third will be donated as a prize for next year's fair. I forgot to take photos, but Linda Shorb sent me this one. I really like the effect of two color chevrons.
|The David Wright Print, "The Spirit of America"|
This print, the grand prize in the raffle, was won by my husband.
We will be proud to display this one on our wall.
John and Linda sell cow horns which are cut, polished and ready to be used in this creative art form.
Their website can be found here: http://www.powderhornsandmore.com/
It was fun to watch as John emptied a large sack onto the floor and everyone browsed the pile.
We took a few photos of some of the beautiful horns made by the instructors.
|Steve Skillman had several of these floral designs which I liked very much.|
|Made By Steve Vance|
|Another By Steve Vance, copy of an old horn design.|
|By Scott Morrison, these two did not feature the intricate scrimshaw carving, but the shapes and colors were interesting to me.|
We are glad to have had this opportunity so close to home. Now that we know how much fun this event is, we will be tempted to travel to Oregon for next year's fair! Thanks to all for making it a great weekend!