I had offered my Velvet Grape Malabrigo Lace for trade/sale and they were popular a few Thursdays ago. I opted to trade with Beth in Ontario for her Indigo. She sent them off to me with a candy bag a Cadbury Crispy Crunch. By the description it seems similar to a Butterfinger. I'm saving it, so will have to let you know if they are or not.
Gem Faire with Sara and find some crimp beads and wire for making stitch markers. I'll load up the car before picking up Brandon and we are heading to the beach house. We have heard rumors that the beach house is going on the market, so this may be our last visit.
I've had a cold this last week with lots of coughing taking out my voice, so of course this last week involved lots of visiting with people (party on Monday, knitting at Moonstruck on Tuesday, Wednesday spinning & knitting). Tonight I had planned to go to another spinning meeting, but instead stayed home to scan library book patterns. In between all that socializing I managed to get my craft area cleaned up a bit. All spun yarn now have labels with them. Traded out a small bin of machine washable yarns for a bigger bin and the smaller bin for the extra fiber that has crept into the stash. Loose patterns have been placed into page protectors. Now I just need to find a big binder to put them in, possibly with section tabs. Cleaned off my cutting board and had Brandon bring in the loaned drum carder from Sara. I've cleaned off a section of the drums and oiled the drive chain. I might be able to get a little bit carded before meeting up with Sara. Otherwise the plan is to get everything done on Monday - Icelandic, Llama, and what was listed as Finn but Shelia thinks of as Shetland. I have some black silk and the Valkyrie Angelina to blend in with the Llama and maybe the Icelandic. Heck I might get wild and throw the Angelina in with the Shetland too.