I got to go to Rhinebeck! It was my first ever fiber fest. There was SO MUCH YARN. I got really dizzy from trying to look at it all, and I don't think I got through half of it. If I go next year, I'll definitely go both days and start early.
From the alpaca/llama tents:
This guy had such a charming smile, I just wanted to take him home with me!
Loved this guy's color and big eyes!
This bunny has both his front feet in the food dish...
In the sheep area, this guy had the most intense look...
This was a "judge my rump" contest. There was a judge explaining what she did and didn't like about all these sheeps' backsides...hmm...do you have a favorite?
This has got to be the biggest spinning wheel ever. You could sell tickets and ride that thing.
Rhinebeck was a really beautiful place with all the foliage turning. I highly recommend going if you ever have a chance.
Alright, on to the important stuff...
A couple of skeins of Glimmerglass Alpaca yarn made from a blend of 3 different alpacas.
Some very pretty roving from Steam Valley Fiber.
From the Fold: STR, Gypsy Girl Creations (can't wait to try this stuff) and a Brioche sock pattern.
2 skeins of Flock Sock from VanCalCar Acres. These were on sale because they weren't skeined "prettily" enough. Clearly, that didn't bother me.
Finally a couple of scarf kits from Morehouse Farms: Rat Race and Baby Alligator.
Happy Halloween Everyone!