Before the trip, I took stock of my stash and made a solemn vow to NOT BUY YARN. I made good on that pledge and am quite proud of my restraint.
I also decided to try and buy rovings that pushed my color palette. When it comes to choosing rovings, I have to remember that colors which may seem too bright in roving form, will look lovely when they are spun. So without further ado ……
blue face leicester
fine wool top
Maple Row Stock Farm
indigo moon farm
Beautiful choices, can’t wait to see what you create!
oooohhhhh..aaaaahhhhhh perty, and no MOHAIR!!
Pretty colours, look forward to seeing the yarn you spin.
i’m a real sucker for those braided ones–they look so nice
You bought no yarn, just yarn to be.
All of it lovely.
Spinning wheel, got to go round!
Yum, Ann! great stuff there. :)
luv the colors-must be exciting to see them spun. Makes me really want to learn how to spin!
ooh that cloverleaf BFL was in my hands but i ended up grabbing another color because i’ve been a little too obsessed with oranges,etc. lately. i should have gotten it anyway.
Great color choices! And you know the scarf I was wearing all weekend? It was spun from one of those Indigo Moon batts.
Thanks for posing for a picture with SwatchGrrl, and thanks for braiding her hair!
Forget the fiber………I love your new banner…or did I just miss it before?
I can’t wait to see how that all spins up! Whatcha gonna do first?
Can I come over and play with the pretty colors?
Beautiful! And what willpower you have! :-)
Just beautiful. Such restraint too. I can’t wait to see these spun up and as I told you at Rhinebeck, the last one can always double as one of those rainbow wigs, albeit a very fine one.