Sunday, May 07, 2006

Maryland Sheep and Wool

Sheep are cool. This Saturday I headed to Maryland Sheep and Wool, for some serious sheep gazing and yarn grazing with my knitting buddy, reluctantMANGO. I saw lots of sheep, of course:

I also witnessed my first livestock auction, which was AWESOME, by the way. See that guy with the camo hat? He bought a lot of sheep.


And yarn? Oh yes, yarn. Knitters are crazy about yarn. There's a very popular sock yarn out right now, "Socks that Rock," which runs about $20 for an amount to make one pair of socks. $20 for a pair of socks, you say? That's crazy! Well, 800 skeins of yarn sold out in one hour. AHH!

2 comments:

reluctantMANGO said...

Oooh, those yarn photos came out well! I had such a great time, I'm glad we decided to go :) I'm already looking forward to next year! Hope to see you this afternoon.

V said...

Looks like you all had fun! Sorry I couldn't make it... maybe next year.

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