Three Waters Farm and lots of it. I tried this soap for the first time last year and I can't live without it. I was happy to hear you can order this online although I think I bought enough to last the year this time around.
Cloverhill Yarn Shop. The Mister talked me into this one. He was very adamant about it which was unusual so I went with it. It's from Dicentra Designs and it is the Pelennor colorway. They have some pretty things in their Etsy shop and pretty prices too.
Wild Hare Fiber Studio.
American Cormo Association booth and the vendor was tickled to death when I bought it saying that she had dyed it herself and was disappointed that it had not been a big seller. I think it is lovely. It is not Cormo but Merino/Silk which is fine by me.
Mason Dixon Rug Hooking booth. The Mister and I searched high and low for affordable wool to use for hooking. We were more than happy to discover this local hooking guild that has the most incredible pricing ever. This is just a small sample. We came home with bags and bags of the stuff for about $40. I also bought some big pieces of white to try my hand at dyeing my own colors.
Mid-Atlantic Border Collie Rescue booth. He is getting quite a collection of my little sheepie things on his mantle piece and now he will have this sheep dog to keep them in line.
Misty Mountain Farm.
The Mannings booth and being talked out of one by a very wise vendor, I spied these Lotta Loops by Harrisville Designs to make potholders. I have been obsessed with them lately and there will be a post all about it in the near future.
Breezy Willow Farm. I can tell you that the whole house smells like the bar of Linden Tree soap and it is lovely. I wish I had bought some for myself.
Kiparoo Farm. I fell in love with the feel of this stuff but have no idea what to do with it. I didn't buy enough to do anything but pet it but sometimes that's enough.
Dancing Leaf Farm. I had to break into the milk money to get it but I have no regrets. It makes me happy.
Now where am I going to put all this stuff?