An installment of filming from the ACC's Northeast Region Craft Fair 6 in Bennington, Vermont, July 8-11, 1971. On the opening day of the craft fair, Vermont governor Deane C. Davis expresses his gratitude to Mrs. Aileen Osborn Webb and the ACC for their great impact on American Craft. Davis proceeds to interview Webb on the popularity of pottery as a craft discipline. When the Linda Kramer asks Governor Davis about the history of craft in Vermont, he describes it as an integral component to the state's early and continued development. In the next clip, Davis ceremoniously releases a cocobolo ball from a fiber rope to open the fair. After scanning over a selection of silverwork, pottery, and textile works, the next portion of the video feature Kramer interviewing 12 -year-old fair contributor, Roy Nelson about his handmade waist looms. Then the weaving partners of Tina Lindsey perform a carding and spinning demonstration. Finally Kramer interview and watches one of Lindsey's partners work on a Navajo-style weaving project.