So, on Sunday I drove back home and actually made good time at it. When I got home, I had to take some inventory of what I got while at Stitches:
A 100% rayon light fingering yarn in the Nevada colorway. This has 1100 yards and I am not sure what it will be yet.
This is a wool blend of some sort. I'm not even going to try to guess at the yardage of this in the hank. I'm going to measure the yardage once I get it on the swift to wind it.
The blue is also a wool blend of some sort. Both the pink and the blue were unlabeled and only 10 bucks a skein in the grab bin. They feel nice and there's enough of the blue for a good sweater I think.
The gray ball in the top is the gray sock yarn I bought for the bead class. I can't remember the dyer for the life of me right now.
But wait, there's more!
Berroco Versa in color 3689. This will be for my beading experiments as it turns out non-stretchy ribbon yarn works best for this.
The needles are Knitter's Pride cubix, which I bought for the class and then didn't use. I'm looking forward to using them in the near future though and I will pass on my thoughts in a review of the square needles.
Squishy Lace by Dragonfly Fibers. While at breakfast one morning, I ran into the lovely ladies from Hiya Hiya. We chatted and ate, and then one of them came out with a coupon for Dragonfly. Hiya Hiya ladies, you rock! Also, I'll be picking up a sharp interchangeable set from you all in the near future when finances permits as I adore your needles. The colors of the lace are Rocky Top and Firecracker. Each has 870 yards and will become gorgeous shawls of some sort!
And now, I will go play with the yarn.