Once again, we had a whirlwind weekend in New York attending the annual Sheep & Wool Festival and visiting family.
I loved these little felted guys!
I think these little yetis were my favorite thing this year.
I really wish this hadn’t come out blurry. This llama really liked my dad!
In completely unrelated news, all three girls agree we need either another llama or an alpaca.
A Herdy! They had Herdwick sheep there!!! Isn’t she gorgeous?
The Peruvian folk band, in their usual spot.
Love this Angora goat!
We didn’t buy a whole lot this year; Neve was saving for other things she wanted, and Emily and Oona and I had trouble deciding among all pf the amazing things for sale! (though if I hadn’t had such a long drive home I just might have bought an Angora rabbit!)
I did manage to snag some lovely dyed roving to play with, though! This one is a Cormo/Silk blend.
The yellow/green/orange Blue Faced Leicester reminds me of the mixed vegetables from childhood that came frozen in a block.
This purple and red blend is Finnsheep.
Oona and Emily each got yarn and hats, but I was unable to photograph them before they took off with them, eager to start their own projects!
Lastly, these lovelies are now mine:
I can’t wait to get to work with all of my new toys!
Thank you for these pictures. It was almost as good as being there and I didn’t have to wait in line for an hour for a pot pie. 🙂
The pot pie place hasn’t been there the last couple years. 🙁