I introduced a new necklace kit at this show. It is called Falling Leaves. It uses fine wire mesh ribbon in addition to knitting wire and beads. You knit the leaf ties, crochet the "stems" of the leaves and simply stretch out the mesh for the scarf/necklace. What is really, really, cool about this necklace is its versatility. You can adjust the necklace to different lengths each time you wear it and you can use the leaf tie to tie a scarf or shawl.
I also introduced my new hat kit at Sheep in the City (See last month's Name These Hats post) I was happy to get all 3 styles knit up and the pattern written on time for the show. The winning names for the hats are:
Square with Squiggles
Sunspot Stocking Cap
The patterns were much admired and the kits sold like hotcakes! Here is an inside tip to readers of this blog-- In my rush to finish patterns, and introduce these 2 new kits I wanted to get the hat patterns loaded on Ravelry. I didn't have time before the show to separate the 3 patterns that I had combined into one for my kit into separate documents, so I loaded all 3 patterns together on Ravelry under Square with Squiggles name. For a limited time, you will get all 3 patterns for the price of one.