A wreath of fiber
New yarns! New Fiber! And great new little bags to put your special project in! it was great going to the festival, but even better to come back with new consignments for the shop. Under the Dark Star is a new vendor for me, from Central Virginia (Sally, I need your address!) and she has glorious angora and angora blends, along with some other beautiful yarns and spinning fiber. I'll be putting them up for sale on the web site before long. But I have a feeling that when people get the chance to touch these wonderful fibers and yarns in the shop, they won't be staying here long!
Hand dyed yarns from Under the Dark Star
It has been a beautiful day, and I've been watching people getting set up for the 4th annual Hit and Miss Engine Show that is taking place this weekend here in Meadows of Dan. I can see that a lot of hard work has gone into promoting this festival and there should be a lot of fun, music, antique engines, heritage demonstrations and more to enjoy out in the field on Concord Road. I'll be at the shop all weekend, so come up and enjoy our beautiful breezes and all the things to do here!
Handmade Buttons from Lawre's Laine
Lawre has honored me by being a vendor here at Greenberry House since last year's Sedalia festival. Her workmanship is wonderful and we also have some beautiful little project bags she calls "Bagettes" that are just the right size for that sock project or other small, take-along knitting. Clip one on and go! I've got my eye on a black one with an Oriental print...always go for the drama!