Below is Misty Mountain Farms, my favorite vendor. Last year, I paid their mortgage.
Above are some lovely trindles! Below, a Christmas ornament.
In retrospect, I should have purchased this lovely pink-and-green-and-white Zauberball. It reminded me of roses.
A peg loom
A friendly blue-eyed alpaca and some less-thrilled friends ...
This little one was hopping around like mad ... then she suddenly lay down and rested.
This is an extreme close up of a sheep's nose. A very curious sheep.
My haul ... very restrained! Three bags of roving, some mawatas, a nostepinne, a skein of mixed wool/acrylic/mohair/somethingelse. Last year I over-indulged to a ridiculous degree ... I still have unspun roving from last year, not to mention yarn! So I kept it simple this year. I wanted another spindle, but the only ones that caught my eye cost $100. There were also spindle-lazy kates, but those were well over $100, and I can get by with cardboard tubes. No matter how nicer a real wood spindle kate would be ...
Now I am determined to get through some of my stash, well before next year's Sheep and Wool. If you're going to the fair tomorrow, have a good time!