Anyway. I had a good time at NH Sheep & Wool. The weather was gorgeous. I got to eat lamb kabobs (mmmm...lamb kabob...) and wander around and look at whatever I wanted. Which ended up being alpacas, a couple of really, really cute baby angora goats (I almost took them home, but I was pretty sure The Beloved would have killed me), and sheep.
And, naturally, fiber and fiber arts tools. One of the booths had a Kromski Sonata. I think I'm in love. I seriously would have run off with it immediately if I didn't need to watch finances for the road trip to Texas. I want to give it another try. And then, I need somehow to save up for it as The Beloved most definitely does not find it a necessary purchase at this point in time. Sheesh.
I did, however, pick up a new spindle. Isn't she gorgeous?
It's another Golding. I had thought about picking up a Bosworth, but I saw this first and I fell in love. Even Tom said it looked like it wanted to go home with me, and well, when the guy who makes the spindles tells you that...
I also picked up a little bit of fiber to spin with the spindle. Isn't it sweet?
This is about 2 oz. of corriedale from Grafton Fibers. Don't ask me why it isn't spun yet. I was beat with the tired stick upon my return from the road trip and so there's a lot that hasn't been started...
But at least I've caught you up on the NH Sheep & Wool. Next up, photos from Memphis and the breakdown of my road trip to Texas!