CT Sheep and Wool
Of course I went. And of course I got lost. It was Alice's fault. She was in the car to Rhinebeck when we got lost repeatedly also. See the connection?
I bought 1 skein of yummy cormo laceweight from Foxhill Farms (no website) in Lee, Mass. (I get them and Firefox Farms mixed up alot.) I hope to buy one skein of it every time I see them and have enough for a laceweight cardigan soon. Since it's a natural color, I don't have to worry about dyelots. It's going to be the perfect souvenir sweater, if you ask me. Anyways, I also bought roving:
Pretty blues, yellows and creams.
Well, that and a Klondike bar. Yum!
I saw some friends. The New Haven SnB represented. I volunteered and it cost me money. (Let's just say that I can't count.) And hung out with a new friend. The weather was chilly, but the sun came out in the afternoon.
It was the perfect stepping stone for Maryland Sheep and Wool. Only 5 more sleeps!
(PS. Anyone need a place to sleep next weekend? I might have a space or two open! Leave me a comment or email me for info.)