I found the espresso fabric that would match my new bathroom and the contrasting pink lining fabric for a cosmetic bag.
Back in Canada, I visited FabricLand to see if there were any good sales. This fabric looks like cut out pattern pieces
While there, I saw several knitterly acquaintances - Anne Featonby, Laurie Goldiuk (both of whom were on the UK knitting tour with me last fall), Jennifer Barnim and Stephanie Grace (local knitterly friends). Spinnerly friend, Jody vanD was at the Hubbert Farms booth selling her lovely alpaca handspun and some knitted items.
The catered food was excellent! It was a year ago now that Marion and I were on the UK knitting tour.
Anyway, I picked up this bag of SW merino mill end roving (160g) from The Black Lamb.
My penchant for purple lead me to this CEY Silky Alpaca Lace.