Part one can be found here
Such pretty yarn
Felts and dyes
These were all fantastic. Ruth ended up buying one
So much pretty
So many things we wanted but couldn't afford
We left the Arts Centre and walked over to the Court House where the rest of the stalls were.
Outside the Court House
I ended up spending ages feeling these Artisan Lace yarns. So soft and amazing colours. I wanted to use them for embroidery. I ended up narrowing it down to the purple and the peacock green/blue. I went away for a while to look at other stuff as I'd just bought some Woolganic from them but ended up coming back and grabbing the green/blue one. It's stunning. Not sure what exactly I'll embroider yet but I think it will be on the back of a black hoodie.
This stall had the most amazing felted alpaca hats. I fell in love with the grey one. The prices were good but I just couldn't afford it.
Here it is. Isn't it pretty. I also love the little alpacas
And here is our spoils. From top left we have a new cable for Ruth's interchangeable set as the old one broke. A gorgeous yarn by"", 8 balls of Woolganic wool. It's so soft and pretty.
Second Row: The peacock blue lace weight yarn, a bag of white corn silk fibre, a lovely nostepinne that looks like a beater's bat from Harry Potter.
Bottom row: black, purple and white Merino/Silk fibre, a bunch of business cards and some needle felting needles.
I did enjoy the show a lot and will try and get there again soon. I ended up with my health crashing badly after walking around for so long. Still managed to get to Orange and get some shopping done.