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It was largely dominated by women- no surprise there- but there was a reasonable representation from the other half of humanity, which was a surprise. Most of the vendors were women, who owned their own businesses- yarn goods, specialty fibers like tencel and silk, raw wool sellers, lots of rovings sellers, special dyed and combined batts, dye, weaving suppliers...all kinds of things.
Curiously, there was no sheep or herding dog competition, presumably because the fairgrounds are pretty small.
But I'm finally spinning! Yay! New skill!