Linda and Denny played with Tess and had to leave much too soon. As soon as the car left the driveway I thought, "I didn't say this and we didn't do this and we didn't get to. . . " I guess all of that will need to wait until the next time.
While Linda and I were exploring the joys of Adrian, the mail carrier brought me a package I had forgotten all about. Those scoundrels at Noble Knits had tempted me once again with a sale on Schoppel Laceball 100. Why do online sellers insist on picking exactly what I love, put it on sale and then send me an email about it!?!?!?!?! Totally unfair but profitable for them. I love the Noble Knits logo. He/she could come and be my pet any day. I think Miss Tess would love it.
One would think that these two forays into fiber collecting would be enough for the week, but the mail carrier had more in store for me. On Thursday, a package came from Earthfaire and the amazing Ellen.
Now you might think this is all of the yarn that came my way this week, but once again again you would be wrong. I had one more package coming my way.
I got my package from Twisted Fiber Art for the latest yarn club. I am saddend because this may be the last club but ecstatic at how over the top this new club is. We used to get our beautiful club yarn in a shipping bag but this club came in a perfect little box. Immediately, it was just cuter, better, more exciting. I am a sucker for great packaging. But no one has ever knit a scarf using a cute box, so I quickly opened my cute little box and found this. . .