After the party we drove up to Webs (WEBS! BOO YAH!) where, well, I bought some yarn.
Here's the booty:
Berroco Lustra 50% Peruvian Wool, 50% Tencel (potentially for Ella's wedding dress). It feels like silk.:
Schoppel Wolle Crazy Zauberball. The German fiber content reads "75% Schurwolle, 25% Polyamid Crazy Outfit" which I think accurately describes it. This is destined to be a scarf for Ella's fiance, Ryan, for Christmas.
More Schoppel Wolle Crazy Zauberball, which is destined to be a cowl for Ella (who purchased both of the Schoppel Wolle balls):
Classic Elite Fresco, 60% Wool/30% Baby Alpaca/10% Angora, which is destined to be Hannah Fettig's Lightweight Pullover (for me):
And some Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride, 85% wool, 15% mohair, that will become an Offset Raglan by Veronik Avery (also for me, though I bought extra for swatching for a sweater for Bruce):
After Webs we drove up to the Mohawk Trail in Mass. and stayed at a lovely farm for the night. The farm had ducks, geese, horses, donkeys and goats. It's a boarding farm for horses and the owner of the house opens up about 1/3 of it to guests. We chose it because she accepts animals and because Beezer was still on the bottle we had to take him with us.
Here's the Beeze (he was "helping" me take pictures of the yarn):
Tomorrow I'll post about our journey through Mass MoCA and put up some pix of pretty (for reals!) modern art.