Last Saturday was the annual CT S&W festival. The weather was wonderful. The day was sunshine filled with a nice breeze, and not too hot or cool. It was perfect for walking around the festival. My husband, Pat, came with me and did all the driving. We set out with the coolers packed with salads, grilled chicken, cheese sticks, and sodas, chips in the bag, and the GPS plugged in.
I didn't really buy very much. My first stop was the fleece barn. My plan was to buy a Polypay fleece, and maybe one or two other items that caught my fancy.
Well, I did get my fleece, but Pat bought me a couple of items. He helped me "stuff a bag" of alpaca, (left pic) and bought me some Fibers4Ewe sparkly fiber to spin (right pic). That's all I came home with. I did look at a lot, but nothing else really called to me this time.
One of the best parts of the festival was meeting Jadee, the host of Twisted Strandss Podcast. She is just as nice in person as she is in the videos. I also got to meet her cousin Bridgit.
Even though fiber arts are not one of my husband's hobbies, I think he enjoyed the day. I know he liked watching the sheep dogs herding the sheep.
After riding home, I decided to finish plying my April Stash Buster Fiber. I got the first 4 ounces done just under the wire for the month. The second 4 ounces are also finished. There's a total of 991 yards, 2 ply from the 8 ounces.
My Corgi Hill Farm "Stormy Sea" is spun and one skein is plied with the total being 350 yards of 2 ply. Skein 2 is getting plied tonight. The flash is a bit bright on the close up picture. I was trying to capture the sparkle from the glitz.
And here's a couple of pictures of my Megan kitty. She has commandeered my quilt and wooden rocker as her "kitty bed". It's a good thing it was a Walmart special purchase and not an expensive one. At least I got to keep the tote bag it came in. lol.