I was in the Zentangle booth covering for my Friend and Certified Zentangle teacher - Susan Stortini - if you want to start to Zentangle then see Susan (note pics from iPhone )
Was in a portion of the Metro Convention center I had never been to (south building) which was very nice but since I never had been to the south building I left early to ensure I was on time.
What a show - now I wished I had more free time to wander around . I did get a couple of hours at the end to see some of the booths - embroidery, Knitting, runnway fashion shows, duct tape challenges, material and sundries gallore - even a live alpaca -
If your looking to start Lampworking or working in glass Nortel Mfg (the maker of the Nortel Minor torch) has everything you need. They had a large booth with demos of lampworking all day. THIS IS A FIRST ! no other show in Toronto has had Lampworking classes.
Again some amazing items at the show- got my youngest granddaughter an elmo hat and gloves. couldnt pass it up
and my other granddaughter the monkey hat and gloves (she loves monkeys)
So now that I recouped on Sunday - I unpacked my Yudo and ready to go -I do have to make a Madd Hatters Hat tonight so cant wait to get that task finished so I can jump back to getting ready for the TBS show