Another vendor had some gorgeous hand dyed fat eighths which I also couldn’t pass up - I bought all that she had left. Somehow I misplaced her business card – her wool was exquisite and she had some incredibly creative patterns using wool and fabric.
On the more practical side, I invested in some more Mary Ellen’s unscented Best Press and a new type of dye catcher sheet for the washer. It’s supposed to last 30 washes. I also picked up some hard-to-find white refills for my Sewline Fabric Pencil.
We sure didn’t see any shortage of folks contributing to the economy at the show. I think it proves how much we want to keep the tradition of hand-made alive and in this dismal economy it’s a great source of comfort and satisfaction for many. Tomorrow I’ll show you the last of my purchases.